A research team led by Joanne Davila, Ph.D., identified a factor called “romantic competence” that plays a crucial role in creating and maintaining healthy relationships.
To determine if the majority of cancer is caused by “bad luck” or by external factors, Song Wu and his team developed four distinct methods to analyze and assess cancer risk.
Assistant professor David Q. Matus studies the process of cell invasion and its misregulation in diseases such as cancer metastasis.
The “whispering” bats are a diverse population that eat a variety of different foods. But what led to this amount of diversity in their diet?
A Stony Brook research team found that some methods used to mitigate oil spills could have negative effects on fish, especially when coupled with other environmental changes.
A study by associate professor in the Department of Anthropology at Stony Brook, Gabrielle Russo, explores when and why our ape ancestors developed upright trunk posture.
Researchers at Stony Brook have received a $1 million grant to study Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition, an alternative type of combustion technology for engines.
Electrical waves are crucial to heart cell communication and maintaining rhythm. Scientists have found that light can be used to intricately control these electrical waves.
If an astronaut on a near-Earth mission experiences stress, anxiety or fatigue, they can talk in real time with a therapist either by video or voice calling.
“The ocean is still so mysterious,” professor Daniel Knopf said. “Something in there may create something that has effects 10 kilometers away. We are filling a gap in