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Unraveling Environmental Issues with Genetics

December 20, 2012

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The tiny western flowered thrip is an insect as translucent as ale that looks like a cross between a grasshopper and a maggot.  But its small parenthesis-like size doesn’t fool farmers. It’s costing them millions of dollars as the bug chomps its way through hundreds of thousands of acres of fruits, vegetables and flowers in Southern and […]

Symposium Highlights Communicating Science

October 26, 2012

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By Samantha Olson and Ansa Varughese---Last month, in honor of National Postdoc Appreciation Week, Stony Brook University held its first ever Postdoc Research Symposium. The event attracted more than 135 attendees and featured oral presentations, a poster/networking session along with a keynote speaker. What made the symposium even more memorable was the theme of the event: communicating science to the public.

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