SPOTLIGHT | NEWSROOM
- Dr. Lynch, the finalist for the 2019 Blavatnik National Award for Young Scientists.
- A NASA-funded team recently unlocked some long-standing secrets about the Adélie penguin, a species that can provide an early-warning of threats to Antarctica's delicate ecosystem.
- Forty years of meta-analysis: We need evidence-based answers more than ever (Jessica Gurevitch)
- A Supercolony of Penguins Has Been Found Near Antarctica / Interview Video on CBS
- STRIDE Fellows Translate Research Into Policy
- Investment Portfolio Theory Helps Scientists Predict Animal Population Growth, Disease Spread
- NASA-Funded Competition Rewards Efforts To Predict Penguin Populations
- SoMAS Professors Share Expertise and Advocacy on Hudson Fisheries
- Study Sheds Light on Dog Origins in E&E Veeramah Lab
- SBU's Gopalan explores DNA clues and age for criminal cases on TBR NewsMedia
- Acclaimed science journalist Carl Zimmer just wrote an article for Quanta Magazine regarding the recent New Trends in Evolutionary Biology meeting at the Royal Society in London. Douglas J. Futuyma was a speaker at that meeting and gets a fair amount of coverage at in the article.
- SBU's Veeramah uses genes to explore history
- CITIZEN SCIENTISTS CAN NOW LEND A HAND IN PENGUIN CONSERVATION ( NASA press release)
- TIL(Today I Learned): Hummingbirds Are the World's Hungriest Birds by Anusha Shankar.
- $3M NSF Grant Will Fund PhD Student Training in Data Analytics, Visualization and Science Communication
- Dianna Padilla and Bassem Allam have been awarded funding from NOAA's Ocean Acidification Program and the Northeast Sea Grant Programs to study the effects of ocean acidification on marine life in the Northeast.
- By combining genetic and anatomical data of extinct and living lemurs, a Stony Brook University team of evolutionary biologists has developed the most complete evolutionary tree of lemurs yet.
- Michael Bell, David Conover, Michael Frohman, and Ellen Pikitch have been elected Fellows of the AAAS for their work toward the advancement of science and/or its applications.
- Three Summer Research High School Students working with Professor Dianna Padilla Named Siemens Semifinalists.
- Laurel Yohe Q&A: Bat Senses, Smell, and New Ways of Seeing, Ecology & Evolution Student Attends 65th Annual Nobel Laureate Meeting
- OPINION INTERVIEW, "Cocaine is bad for Colombia's forests but big farming is worse" by Liliana Davalos, 5th August, 2015 posted on New Scientist.
- Our new recruit Alex Borowicz of Lynch lab was awarded a fellowship from the Institute for Advanced Computational Sciences.
- PhD candidate M. Elise Lauterbur has received a competitive American Society of Mammalogy grant in aid of research for her work on the genetics of cyanide tolerance in lemurs.
- The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings has selected PhD student Laurel Yohe to participate in the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany. Only the 650 most qualified young scientists from around the world can be given the opportunity.
- Anusha Shankar, pursuing a Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolution in New York, talks about taking the path less travelled, and how it changed her life.
- EIGHTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON STICKLEBACK BEHAVIOR & EVOLUTION
- Darwin Day Stony Brook 2015
- Department Retreat 2014 Photo Added
- The NSF has highlighted the recent award to the Davalos lab.
- Lynch named ESA (Ecological Society of America) Early Career fellow.
- Why Some Penguins Thrive in Climate Change in ABC News. (see more Press releases in the Lynch Lab)
- Moore received a $318,455 grant from U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to study skin immune proteins as predictors of resistance against white-nose syndrome with her colleagues Dr. Dávalos (SBU) and Dr. Russell (GVSU, MI).
- New Faculty Joining E&E from 2013
Patricia C. Wright Named 2014 Indianapolis Prize Winner.
For her heroic and selfless dedication to protecting the lemurs, ecosystems and people of Madagascar, Dr. Wright has earned the 2014 Indianapolis Prize, the world's leading award for animal conservation.
- May 8, Laurel Yohe has won the highly competitive American Society of Mammalogy Grant in Aid of research for her project on the evolution of olfactory receptors in frugivorous phyllostomids.
- May 1, Laurel Yohe has won the highly competitive Society for the Study of Evolution Rosemary Grant Award for her project on how olfaction helps phyllostomids find fruit in the dark.
- Recent work by Kevin and Resit is featured on the Stony Brook website.
- Spencer Koury, the winner of the Distinguished Travel Award for Fall 2013.
- In the New Yorker: Jeff Levinton works for The River Project in New York City.
- Fellows of the American Association For Advancement Of Science 2013
- SBU News: Dr. Nehm and New Grant. Stony Brook Shares in $5 Million National Science Foundation Grant for STEM Education.
- Heather Lynch, on SpaceRef U.S. and United States Antarctic Program.
- Fellows of the American Association For Advancement Of Science 2012
- Rohlf Medal
- Open Position in Evolutionary Genomics of Primates
- DarwinDay Stony Brook
- E&E Graduate Student Michael McCann has been awarded an AquaFluor Handheld Fluorometer through the Turner Designs Instrument Donation Program.
- MEMORIAL FOR ROBERT R. SOKAL (1926 - 2012) . at Wang Center Chapel, Stony Brook University, 11-18-2012.
- Heather Lynch's research is featured in NSF Research News.
- A one-day symposium in honor of Daniel E. Dykhuizen entitled "Experimental Evolution and DNA" will be held at the Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University on November 3, 2012 and followed by dinner at Lev Ginzburg's house. Symposium Website .
- E & E 10-YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN
- Department Retreat March 17, 2012
- E & E Graduate, Patrick Lyons, on Science NOW. Read more...
- E & E faculty, Heather Lynch, on SpaceRef U.S. and United States Antarctic Program. You can find more at here.
- Samantha Garvey, a senior at Brentwood High School, has been
named an Intel semi-finalist
. She is a student of E&E Ph.D. student and Brentwood H.S. research teacher Rebecca
Grella, and did her research under the supervision of Professor Dianna Padilla. Samantha
has been in the national news because in addition to being recognized for her scientific
research, she is from a school district with a high proportion of families below the
poverty level. Samantha and her family are currently homeless. Samantha Garvey and
Rebecca Grella have been
invited to attend the State of the Union Address
in Washington, D.C. (
On NY Times - 01/24/2012)
Congratulations to Samantha, Dr. Padilla, and Rebecca Grella, and best wishes to Samantha and her family.
- The first awarding of Rohlf Medal for Excellence in Morphometrics Theory and Applications and a general lecture by the winner, Fred L. Bookstein
- Heather Lynch Joins the Faculty in Ecology and Evolution at Stony Brook
- F. James Rohlf, Distinguished Prof. of Ecology & Evolution Semi-Retires
- Darwin Day lecture by Carl Zimmer
Darwin From Birth to Death: A Tribute to the Legacy of George Williams On YouTube
- Fellows of the American Association For Advancement Of Science
- E&E Department Retreat, Feb. 27 (Sat.), 2010 ( See details)
- Earthstock in Stony Brook: April 19-23, 2010 ( See details)
- Darwin Day lecture by Carl Zimmer
Darwin From Birth to Death: A Tribute to the Legacy of George Williams
- 3rd Place of URECA Celebration of Research & Creative Activity - 2009
Solar Water Agitation Device
Students: Muhammad Hussain, Kevin Li and Jawad Rana, Engineering Science
Advisors: Christopher Weyant, Materials Sci. & Engineering and Liliana Davalos, E & E
- Dr. Daniel Dykhuizen was honored Distinguished Professor by SUNY.
- "OPINION: Invasive plants - lovely, but an enemy"
on Newsday by Jessica Gurevitch
(It is also available on E&E website.)