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Article ID: 693113

New Imaging Method Identifies How Normal and Cancer Cells Move and Adapt

Stony Brook University

An international team of scientists have developed a new cell imaging technology combining lattice light sheet microscopy (LLSM) and adaptive optics (AO) to create high-resolution “movies” of cells in their 3D environment that also captures subcellular processes

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Article ID: 693039

New Drugs Using the Body’s Natural “Marijuana” Could Help Treat Pain, Cancer

Stony Brook Medicine

A new technology developed by Stony Brook University researchers affiliated with the Institute of Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery (ICB & DD) that has identified Fatty Acid Binding Proteins (FABPs) as drug targets of the body’s endocannabinoid system is licensed to Artelo Biosciences, Inc.

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18-Apr-2018 9:25 AM EDT
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Stars of Stony Brook University Gala Honoring Dorothy Lichtenstein Raises $7.1 Million to Support Scholarships and Creative Writing and Film Programs

Stony Brook University

Nearly 700 guests gathered on Wednesday evening at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers to honor one of America’s most dedicated and energetic art and education benefactors, Dorothy Lichtenstein, at the annual Stars of Stony Brook Gala. The philanthropist and wife of the late artist Roy Lichtenstein was recognized for her long-running support of a host of arts, cultural and science initiatives at the University, including the Stony Brook Southampton creative writing and film program, one that provides a vital incubator for students and established writers and filmmakers at campuses on Long Island’s East End and in Manhattan.

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Article ID: 692558

Tick-Borne Disease Epidemic Symposium

Stony Brook Medicine

Tick-borne illnesses are a growing problem on Long Island, and a new season is about to begin. To prepare for this and inform the public, Stony Brook Medicine experts are tackling the topic head on at an April 12 symposium.

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Article ID: 692202

New Rapid-Fire Method Using Pathology Images, Tumor Data May Help Guide Cancer Therapies

Stony Brook University

By combining data on pathology images of 13 types of cancer and correlating that with clinical and genomic data, researchers are able to identify tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), called TIL maps, which will enable specialists to generate tumor-immune information from pathology slides.

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Article ID: 692004

New Non-Invasive Test for Urothelial Cancer Emerging

Stony Brook Medicine

Urothelial cancers of the bladder and upper urinary tract are among the most common cancers encountered worldwide. Now an international team of cancer researchers have developed a highly sensitive and specific non-invasive test as a biomarker for early detection of urothelial cancers. Details of this method known as UroSEEK, are published in eLife.

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New Research Explains Bomb Cyclones

Stony Brook University

People have become familiar with “bomb cyclones” this winter, as several powerful winter storms brought strong winds and heavy precipitation to the U.S. east coast, knocking out power and causing flooding. Scientists have extensively studied potential causes behind these year-to-year changes in attempt to better forecast storm tracks and their extreme impacts, but new research from scientists at the Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, funded by NOAA Research’s MAPP Program, identifies another crucial controlling force.

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Article ID: 691949

New Technology Cleans Solar Panels to Enhance Efficiency

Stony Brook University

A technology in development that uses electric fields to sweep dust from solar panels has promise as a new self-cleaning solar panel system designed to enhance energy efficiency and reduce costs. The technology was created in the laboratory of Stony Brook University Professor Alex Orlov.

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Article ID: 691811

Time for Oral Cancer Screening: Young and Healthy Need Screening Too

Stony Brook Medicine

Did you know the quickest growing segment of the oral cancer population is young, healthy, non-smokers? Commonly associated with tobacco use, oral cancer can strike anyone. In younger populations the incidence of this form of cancer is on the rise in part due to exposure to the HPV virus.

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Tuberculosis Expert Available for Commentary

Stony Brook University

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