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Announcing the 2021 Young Investigators Writing Competition!

Calling all Long Island 9th-11th grade students! The Stony Brook Young Investigators Review is excited to launch its second annual scientific writing competition! If you would like an outlet to engage your interests in science and writing from home, this is an opportunity for you! To enter, you will compose a 750-1000 word article that analyzes a controversy in one of the following categories: biology, … Continue reading Announcing the 2021 Young Investigators Writing Competition!

Spring 2021 Journal Theme: Mysterious, Lost, and Hidden Science

During the 4.6 billion years since its formation, Earth has undergone constant change that has been accompanied by the evolution and extinction of several species and civilizations. Many scientists have dedicated their lives to studying the loss of biodiversity, the hidden secrets of mummies and archeology, or even the lost remedies and scientific knowledge of past civilizations. Hidden science is not just historical or buried … Continue reading Spring 2021 Journal Theme: Mysterious, Lost, and Hidden Science

Announcing Sensescape!

Become a neuron and piece together memory fragments like a detective! The Stony Brook Young Investigators Review and the Neuroscience Axis will be hosting a virtual escape room on September 30th from 7-9 pm. Join in on the fun and bring your friends to solve our sensory themed escape room! All students are welcome. To RSVP for the event, you can go on tinyurl.com/sensescape-sbu! Continue reading Announcing Sensescape!

2020 Young Investigators Writing Competition Winners

<p value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">The Stony Brook Young Investigators Review (SBYIR) is pleased to announce the results of the <strong>2020 Young Investigators Writing Competition</strong>! Our competition invited high school students from Long Island to write brief articles in newspaper or literature review format to describe and engage the public in scientific societal controversies. Specifically, students entering grades 10-12 explored dilemmas regarding experimental therapy, neutral … Continue reading 2020 Young Investigators Writing Competition Winners

Fall 2020 SBYIR Journal Theme: Sensory Science

“Sensory Science” Sensory perception is an integral part of everyday life and its applications are cross-disciplinary. Sensory science is a broad scientific theme that involves not only the perception, measurement and analysis of the five basic senses (sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing), but also includes the perception of other senses (such as pain), the technological applications and development of sensors, and the ecological study … Continue reading Fall 2020 SBYIR Journal Theme: Sensory Science

Announcement: Spring 2020 Journal

We are pleased to announce the release of the 14th edition of our journal! Our writers and staff have worked tirelessly throughout the semester to put this journal together. Click on the link below to see SBYIR Vol. 14 – Scientific Advancement: How does progress help and hurt humanity? We hope you enjoy! https://issuu.com/younginvestigatorsreview/docs/spring2020 Featuring writers: Ayesha Azeem, Joyce Chen, Travis Cutter, Kailyn Fan, Ashley … Continue reading Announcement: Spring 2020 Journal

Announcing the SBYIR Research Symposium!

Attention all undergraduate students! If you have participated or are currently participating in faculty-mentored research, we at the Stony Brook Young Investigators Review understand that it has been difficult for you to participate in conferences and showcase your work. To give you an outlet by which you can not only present your research, but also gain insightful feedback from faculty on your work and presentation, … Continue reading Announcing the SBYIR Research Symposium!