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By Daniel Dunaief In the second of a two-part series, Times Beacon Record News Media describes the clinical and research work of Jennifer Keluskar, a...

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By Daniel Dunaief On April 17, Tamara Rosen did something she had been anticipating for six years: she defended her graduate thesis. Working in the lab...

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By Daniel Dunaief Though hampered by the pandemic in their direct contact with people who have autism, the founder of The Autism Initiative and research...

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By Daniel Dunaief It’s not exactly a Rembrandt hidden in the basement until someone discovers it in a garage sale, but it’s pretty close. More than...

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By Daniel Dunaief Long Islanders are pitching in to protect the people of Madagascar, called the Malagasy, from COVID-19. They are also trying to ensure...

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By Daniel Dunaief Small primates on an island nation off the southeastern coast of the African continent need about a million dollars. That’s how much it...

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The ultimate in remote teaching: 9,000 miles from the classroom By Daniel Dunaief Halfway between where they grew up and their home in Stony Brook, Malcolm...

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By Daniel Dunaief Mikala Egeblad couldn’t shake the feeling that the work she was doing with cancer might somehow have a link to coronavirus. Egeblad, who...

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By Daniel Dunaief Brookhaven National Laboratory is putting its considerable human and technical resources behind the global effort to combat the coronavirus. John Hill, the director...

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By Daniel Dunaief Like many people who hunch down when they step into cold air, many materials shrink when exposed to the frigid temperatures. That, however,...