National Academy of Inventors

No. 267: On good fellows, spoon benders, Octomoms and trends to come

Welcome, dear readers: And over the year’s penultimate hump we go. Just five more days until Christmas and 11 until tumultuous 2017 runs its course. Boy, have you earned a holiday. The Innovate LI team will be catching up on baking, last-minute shopping and gift-wrapping, so watch for our next newsletter on Dec. 27. We hope you enjoy a peaceful, safe and joyous weekend! Before there was Octomom: When Nadya Suleman famously gave birth to…


Stony Brook research pioneers land major NAI honors

By GREGORY ZELLER // Two Stony Brook University professors have been elected fellows of the National Academy of Inventors, among the highest honors bestowed upon academic innovators. Arie Kaufman, distinguished professor of computer science, and Clinton Rubin, distinguished professor of biomedical engineering, are scheduled to be inducted as NAI fellows during the academy’s 2018 national meeting, slated for April 5 in Washington. The honor is reserved for inventors who demonstrate what SBU called “prolific innovation”…


SBU joins inventor’s academy, adds 30 to HoF

The National Academy of Inventors is coming to Stony Brook University. The NAI will officially introduce an SBU chapter Monday in a campus installation ceremony that also inaugurates 30 university faculty members into the chapter’s Hall of Fame. Work by all 30 researchers has led directly to inventions in chemistry, computer science, biomedicine and other fields, all patented by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Stony Brook University is among several global institutions earning new…