Miriam Rafailovich

Microscopic imaging for any science? You better ThINC

By GREGORY ZELLER // Stony Brook University is living large at one of the smallest ideas it ever had. If you’re a multinational fragrance company based on Long Island, or a marine scientist studying trace elements in North Shore shellfish populations, or a civil engineer trying to mitigate South Shore coastal erosion in an era of climate change-charged superstorms, you’re likely familiar with SBU’s Thermonuclear & Imaging Nanoscale Characterization Laboratory. Others probably don’t give ThINC…


Circling in on laboratory breakthroughs

By GREGORY ZELLER // It’s a rare business plan that doubles as a regional economic strategy. But then Dynamic Supplier Alignment is in the rarities business. As a supply-chain specialist focused on early-stage enterprises, separating the wheat – innovative technologies with real commercial potential – from the wannabe chaff is business as usual. It also puts DSA in a unique position to evaluate new sciences and cherry-pick further investments, and has encouraged the Selden firm…