Joint research between Stony Brook University and New York’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) into the chemical reactions behind large-scale mulching
NASA chose Stony Brook University to lead one of nine new Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI) teams, which are set to virtually explore the final
James O’Connor works with, and through, a staggering amount of administrative tasks to maintain sustainability at Stony Brook University. As Director of Sustainability and
With roughly two weeks' notice, Stony Brook University celebrated Diwali, India’s “Festival of Lights” Monday night at the Charles B. Wang Center.
Changes to the Faculty Student Association’s halal offerings this semester have left some students struggling to find adequate food on campus. Following the recontracting of
Stony Brook’s organic garden is closed for the season, but plans are already underway to reopen and expand it in 2014.
Ambassador Sun Guoxiang, the Consul General of the People's Republic of China in New York said that the “Chinese Dream” is “by no means a nationalist, nor an aggressive
Located between Circle Road and the Simons Center is a field of mud, a collection of strange-looking offices and a building that emits smoke. This area is dedicated to the
Stony Brook University may soon be converting its food waste into electricity thanks to plans for a new waste processing plant pending regulatory approval.
Five electric vehicle charging stations have been operating in relative obscurity at Stony Brook University over the past three years, and according to the Director of