2020

Low-Carb Diet Could Boost Brain Health, Study Finds

SBU Team Awarded $4.2 Million Grant to Fight Prostate Cancer

2019

Study Shows Evolution Turns Genes Back On to Regain Function

Study Sheds Light on Age-Related Neurodegenerative Disease

 

New assistant professor examines drug resistance through physics and biology

Research Suggests New Ways of Overcoming Resistance to Chemotherapy Drugs

University Launches Cutting-Edge Institute for AI-Driven Discovery and Innovation

Ken Dill awarded the 2019 Raymond and Beverly Sackler International Prize in Biophysics

Luca Agozzino and Evan Philip: Student Success Stories

Markus Seeliger studies cellular switch binding

Steven Skiena uses AI to find faculty

 

2018

Ken Dill Awarded Max Delbruck Prize

Synthetic “Gene Thermometers” Show How Cells Endure Heat or Cold

Festschrift Issue of The Journal of Physical Chemistry B for Ken

2017

Life’s First Molecule Was Protein, Not RNA, New Model Suggests

Kellon Belfon Finds His Way from Grenada to Prestigious Fellowship

Modeling Protein Interactions Critical to Understanding Disease now Simplified With Computer Server

2016


Ken Dill explains his research

Physics Discovery Could Improve Solar Cells

Is the notion of a cure for cancer too simplistic?

High-Speed Protein Modeling Could Accelerate Drug Development

Study Reveals Proteins Most Associated With Aging

2015

<span"> New Technology Tracks Cell Lineage To Watch Evolution at Work

Dill & Balazsi, Honored at SBU event

Faculty-Award-Dinner-15

 

2014

 Discovery of Compound May Open New Road to Diabetes Treatment

Two SBU Professors Elected into American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Laufer Center researchers look into new ways of exploring evolution

 

2013

Stony Brook Researchers Receive $3.8 Million NIH Grant to Develop Drugs for Pain, Inflammation

Laufer Center Researchers Find Surprising Similarities Between Genetic and Computer Codes

 

2012

Laufer Center Researchers Look Back on Scientific Advances Made as a Result of a 50-Year Old Puzzle

LC Postdoc Alberto Perez is September Stony Brook Postdoc-of-the-Month

Form, Function and Folding: In collaboration with LC Lab, a team of scientists move toward rational design of artificial proteins

Titan Supercomputer Hours Awarded to Collaborative Protein Project

Study Finds Parasitic Plants Steal Nutrients and Genes from Their Hosts

Opening of the Laufer Center for Physical and Quantitative Biology

ribbon cutting photo

 

Reaping Knowledge from a Deluge of Data

Department of Energy Funds a Knowledgebase of Plant and Microbial Life