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By Daniel Dunaief We have to walk before we can learn to run. It’s a common metaphor that suggests learning new skills, like playing the...

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By Daniel Dunaief In the battle against cancer, human bodies have built-in defenses. Cancers, however, can hijack those systems, turning them against us, not only...

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By Daniel Dunaief Thanks to the efforts of Stony Brook University School of Medicine’s Chief of Surgical Oncology Aaron Sasson and numerous doctors and researchers...

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By Daniel Dunaief It was discovered in Sweden in 1756 and its name means “boiling stone,” which suggests something that might be a part of...

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By Daniel Dunaief What if an enormous collection of Scrabble letters were spread out across the floor? What if several letters came together to form...

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By Daniel Dunaief The journey begins at one point and ends at another. What’s unclear, however, is the process that led from beginning to end. That’s...

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By Daniel Dunaief Stony Brook University has collected its first PanCAN award. Pathology Chair Kenneth Shroyer and Assistant Professor and Co-Director of the Pathology Translational...

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By Daniel Dunaief This one’s a head scratcher, literally. For years, people assumed early primates — small creatures that lived 55 million years ago — had...

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By Daniel Dunaief They aren’t quite wonder twins, but some day the dedicated work of husband and wife scientists Christopher Vakoc and Camila dos Santos...

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By Daniel Dunaief Replacing batteries in a flashlight or an alarm clock requires simple effort and generally doesn’t carry any risk for the device. The...

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