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Saturday marks 50 years since the first moon landing. Now, NASA is tapping a team from Stony Brook University to investigate how going to space impacts human health. 

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Six lunar modules from the Apollo Program still sit on the surface of the moon, each with a name plate: “Made in Bethpage.”

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A Stony Brook University scientist who discovered a penguin supercolony in Antarctica has won a national science prize of $250,000.

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A new research facility on Long Island will study how to remove nitrogen and other harmful contaminants from wastewater. The facility will help protect drinking water and the environment.

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Oyster farmers on Long Island may want to consider adding a new crop to their repertoire – sugar kelp. That’s according to scientists at Stony Brook University.