By Dipti Kumar, Michael Ruiz and Ansa Varughese
For decades, the logistics of moving equipment and people to remote deserts hindered Richard and Meave Leakey’s paleoanthropological research. They needed a better way to hunt fossils.

Shooting Starts of Science

Watch this broadcast piece on women in physics and astronomy at Stony Brook University. While many in the field are men, women are striving to catch up.

Algal Blooms

Harmful algal blooms are tiny organisms invading Long Island waters. Under favorable conditions, they accumulate and clog up clams and other shellfish.

Scientists at Stony Brook University’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences are collecting water samples across Long Island to notify environmental managers.

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