A paper published in the December 2018 edition of the Journal of Human Evolution explores the potential reason behind why the world’s smallest known ape species went extinct.
A team of researchers from Stony Brook University received a $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop technology that can analyze patterns in human
One of the moons of Mars, Phobos. A recent study by researchers in Stony Brook’s Department of Geoscience found evidence that suggests Mars’ moons may have been
According to Calder, the elements required in order to create life are carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and hydrogen. These form the building blocks of organic compounds which
Some of the factors that Gobler attributes to the expansion of HABs are anthropogenic nutrient loading — the process of nutrients entering an ecosystem due to human activity —
Associate Professor of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology at Columbia University, Dr. Maria Diuk-Wasser, visited Stony Brook University to give a seminar titled,
Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Fotis Sotiropoulos, has spent the last 10 years on a mission to expand the use of hydropower in the United States.
A team of researchers from the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) concluded that many endangered species of sharks are still commonly found in the shark fin
The climate model was initialized while Florence was happening and it was run for only seven days, an unusually short period of time for climate models. Although it wasn’t the
Three Stony Brook faculty members have signed on to a statewide task force to combat ocean acidification, which was announced by New York State Department of Environmental