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Dr. Ming-Yu Ngai on Visible-Light-Driven Artificial Photo-synthesis in Organic Synthesis

On November 14, Dr. Ming-Yu Ngai presented his talk, “Visible-Light-Driven Artificial Photo-synthesis in Organic Synthesis” in the Special Collections Seminar Room of the Melville Library.   To lay the background, Dr. Ngai first explained the process of photosynthesis in which

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SBU Librarian Presents at Geosciences Leadership Forum and Visits Capitol Hill

Stony Brook Librarian, Bob Tolliver, Head, Science & Engineering and incoming president of the Geoscience Information Society, was invited to speak at the American Geosciences Institute’s (AGI) Leadership Forum as part of a panel on issues of concern to the geosciences.

Posted in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, STEM

Dr. Krishna Veeramah on Ancient European Dog Genomes

Dr. Veeramah presented “Ancient European Dog Genomes Reveal Continuity Since the Early Neolithic” for the University Libraries STEM Speakers Series on October 3, 2017. By analyzing two genomic sequences of 7,000 and 4,700 year old dog remains from two German

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Green Open Access

Open Access is the free, unrestricted sharing of scholarly articles and other works online.  Open Access removes access barriers making research and scholarship available to all. On February 6,2017, Stony Brook University Senate adopted an Open Access Policy for SBU

Posted in Health Sciences Library, Open Access, Scholarly Communication, STEM

Special Collections Highlights International Darwin Day

Among the rare books in Special Collections is Charles Darwin’s The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals, published by Appleton and Company in 1897. International Darwin Day is Sunday, February 12 and commemorates the birth of Darwin in 1809. 

Posted in Biology, Ecology and Evolution, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Special Collections & University Archives, STEM

University Libraries Presents: STEM Speaker Series

The University Libraries is pleased to announce its first lecture of the spring 2017 STEM Speakers Series presented by Dr. Dan Davis, Chair of Department of Geosciences.  His talk, “Mapping the Geology of Long Island Through Time at and Below

Posted in Geosciences, Maps, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, STEM

University Libraries Presents: STEM Speakers Series

The University Libraries is proud to announce its third lecture of the fall 2016 STEM Speakers Series presented by Dr. Joanna Kiryluk, Department of Physics and Astronomy at Stony Brook University. Her talk, “IceCube and Understanding the High Energy Universe

Posted in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, STEM

University Libraries Presents: STEM Speakers Series

The University Libraries is pleased to announce its second lecture of the fall 2016 STEM Speakers Series presented by Dr. Joshua Rest, Department of Ecology and Evolution. His talk, “Survival and evolution in a changing world: lessons from genomes, transcripts,

Posted in Biology, Science and Engineering Library, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, STEM

Dr. Sotirios Mamalis on Internal Combustion Engine Research

The inaugural lecture in the SBU Libraries STEM Speakers Series presented by Dr. Sotirios Mamalis, Department of Mechanical Engineering was held on Wednesday, September 14 in the Special Collections Seminar room, second floor of the Melville Library. An audience of

Posted in Engineering, Events, Melville Library, Research, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, STEM

University Libraries Presents: STEM Speakers Series

The University Libraries is pleased to announce its first lecture of the fall 2016 STEM Speakers Series presented by Dr. Sotirios Mamalis, Department of Mechanical Engineering. His talk, “Internal Combustion Engine Research for Sustainable Transportation and Power Generation” will be

Posted in Engineering, Research, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, STEM