Applied DNA Sciences Inc. (ADNAS) has entered into a two-year $2.97 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense on behalf of the Defense Logistics Agency.
When Ardit Piroli walked onto Stony Brook campus for the first time last year, he almost immediately started looking for others who shared his passion for producing music.
As part of the State University of New York High Needs Program, Gov. Andrew Cuomo allocated $7 million in awards to support development of areas considered to be of high need in today’s workforce.
The Seawolves were able to rebound from a sluggish first quarter and earn a 20-3 victory over the American International Yellow Jackets in an NCAA Football matchup Saturday night at LaValle Stadium.
Stony Brook football team went up to East Hartford, Conn. looking to perform better, particularly on the offensive side, than they did in the opening game 10 days ago against the Bryant Bulldogs.
He’s got it, dude. If “it” means having the raunchy brand down pat.
Bob Saget brought his not so family-friendly humor to a full house Thursday at the Staller Center
As Ebola virus crisis continues to develop, Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley, the chair of the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity, spoke of the disease’s imminent risks.
A power outage affected H Quad, Mendelsohn Quad, the graduate chemistry building, the Student Union and Long Island State Veterans Home at approximately 7:20 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 1.
The Seawolves lost to Bryant 13-7 in their 2014 season opener, which was also the first Thursday night game in LaValle Stadium history.
After last year’s debut season in the I-AA powerhouse CAA, Stony Brook is back and looking to improve on its inaugural season in the Colonial Athletic Association.
University Police responded to an accident involving two cars driven by Stony Brook University students in South P Lot at approximately 1 p.m on Tuesday, Aug. 26.
Instead of kicking off the fall semester with a concert like last fall, USG invited former Full House star and stand-up comic Bob Saget to perform in the Staller Center on Thursday, Sept. 4 at 7 p.m..