Stony Brook University Renaissance School of Medicine

No. 514: Adelphi evolves, Roswell crashes and da Gama sails again – plus Phase Four, with attitude

  Hot stuff: Hello again, dear readers, and welcome to your favorite regularly scheduled review of the Long Island innovation economy, back on the beat on this eighth day of July. It’s Wednesday, it’s summer and it’s pretty muggy out there – but keep those masks on, please and thank you, as we work together to keep COVID-19 at bay. Press start: Some say they’re the scourge of childhood, locking entire generations indoors and establishing…


No. 475: Love is in the air – along with Ferris wheels, podcasts and ‘mega sports’

  We heart you: You’ve done it again, dear reader – another workweek conquered, another Friday reached, and for that, you have our undying affection. It’s Feb. 14 out there, which in addition to Valentine’s Day brings several annual celebrations: National Cream-Filled Chocolates Day (makes sense), National Condom Day (ditto) and Frederick Douglass Day (which you might not have thought of, but the famed abolitionist’s actual birthdate is unknown and he chose Feb. 14, so…


No. 389: Inventing escalators, building a better battery, finding FarmBot – and happy birthday, RBG!

  Stretch run: Welcome to Friday, intrepid reader, and the last leg of another busy workweek. It’s March 15 out there, and you’re already doing better than Julius Caesar, so, that’s a start. Universal translator: Today is World Speech Day, celebrating the power of a good sermon, and the 62nd annual World Contact Day, on which extraterrestrial enthusiasts highlight international efforts to reach out and touch someone. Or something. Et Tu Snow? Caesar, who finally…