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By Daniel Dunaief   Mickie Nagel recently returned from the island nation of Madagascar, and she’s filled with ideas, inspiration, observations and opportunities. One of the...

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By Barbara Beltrami As June winds down, parties rev up to celebrate graduations, weddings, showers, reunions and everything in between. While hors d’oeuvres from...

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By Matthew Kearns, DVM The weather is warming up and the days are getting longer. This can only mean one thing: kittens, kittens, kittens...

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By Daniel Dunaief Remember those Mad Libs games? You’d insert an adjective, a noun, a verb, adverb, a command, perhaps, into a premade sentence...

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MEET BUDDY! Poor, poor Buddy. He once had a family to call his own ... until they decided they did not want him anymore....

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By Daniel Dunaief Priya Sridevi started out working with plants but has since branched out to study human cancer. Indeed, the research investigator in...

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By Ellen Barcel This is the final article in a three-part series. In the past two weeks, we’ve taken a look at plants with the...

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By Elof Axel Carlson Science is a way of interpreting the universe in the era in which we live. One of the realities of...

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By Barbara Beltrami Here it is the middle of June and finally the weather has caught up with the calendar. Despite all the rain and...

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LIVING THE BEACH LIFE Jay Gammill of East Setauket captured this image of a piping plover at West Meadow Beach in Stony Brook on...

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