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A banner hung around all of Stony Brook campus stating the University is driving the New York Climate Change. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Research conducted at Brookhaven National Laboratory plays key role in predicting climate change

Beth Gatto November 19, 2023
For the past 20 years, Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) has been developing new tools for understanding and predicting the impacts of climate change. Stony Brook University manages BNL and has been listed as the single largest user of the laboratory’s facilities.
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A headshot photo of Professor Peng Zhang.  PHOTO COURTESY OF PROFESSOR PENG ZHANG.

SBU professor leads statewide research “AI-Grid” to improve power infrastructure

Lori Saxena October 27, 2021
A Stony Brook University-led statewide research team received a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop the world’s first microgrid, fully operated by artificial intelligence, to improve power infrastructure.
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UUP calls on SBU for better communication

Brianne Ledda March 11, 2020
The Stony Brook University chapter of United University Professions (UUP) is canceling all March UUP events and calling on the university for better communication, according to an email sent to members on March 11.
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SBU researchers work on technique that could help reduce carbon emissions

Cindy Mizaku December 1, 2019
Stony Brook researchers are using an artificial intelligence (AI) approach to reduce carbon emissions by converting carbon dioxide into methane, which will be made into a non-fossil fuel energy source.
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Swedish physicist Mats Larsson JAMES BOWEN/THE STATESMAN

Chair of Nobel Prize breaks down the Dirac equation — and how it can detect cancer

James Bowen December 1, 2019
The Simons Center Della Pietra Family Auditorium welcomed Swedish physicist Mats Larsson to discuss the historical buildup and lasting impact of the Dirac equation in physics and medicine on Nov. 22.
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