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Brianna Weiss Graduates from New York Institute of Technology

Brianna Weiss of Freeport was among more than 500 students who received degrees as fall graduates of the New York Institute of Technology Class of 2019. Weiss graduated with a BS in Biology.

March, 06 2020 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Brianna Weiss Named to New York Institute of Technology Presidential Honor List

Brianna Weiss of Freeport has been named to the Fall 2019 Presidential Honor List at New York Institute of Technology. Weiss, who is studying Biology, was one of 1,086 students to be honored. To qu...

January, 30 2020 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Brianna Weiss Travels for Fellowship Program

New York Institute of Technology student Brianna Weiss of Freeport completed a travel fellowship in San Francisco, California from 06/20/2019- 06/25/2019. Weiss, who is studying Biology, completed ...

November, 12 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Brianna Weiss Named to NYIT President's List

Brianna Weiss of Freeport has been named to the Spring President's List at New York Institute of Technology. Weiss made the list while working toward a degree in Biology (BS). Weiss was one of ...

July, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
NYIT Students Reveal What Lurks in Kitchen Sponges

New York Institute of Technology biology major Brianna Weiss of Freeport presented research findings on the isolation and characterization of novel bacteriophages (which could provide the answer to antibiotic-resistant bugs) from kitchen sponges at ASM...

July, 03 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses in kitchen sponges may help fight antibiotic resistance- Study Nation

...ronment that could harbour potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at NYIT. The researchers decided to...

June, 26 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 25 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Scientists Turn To Kitchen Sponge For Antibiotic Resistance Solution

...l environment that could harbor potentially useful phages," Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 25 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Scientists Turn To Kitchen Sponge For Antibiotic Resistance Solution

...l environment that could harbor potentially useful phages," Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 25 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Could viruses in kitchen sponges fight drug-resistant bacteria? - The Week

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at NYIT. The researchers experiment...

June, 25 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Could the solution for antibiotic resistance be hiding in your kitchen sponge?

...ld harbor potentially useful phages,” said research student Brianna Weiss. A simple solution To see how the bacteria already living in...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The solution to antibiotic resistance could be in your kitchen sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: Study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The Solution to Antibiotic Resistance Could Be in Your Kitchen Sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
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...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Phages in kitchen sponges could help us wipe antibiotic resistant bacteria clean off

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The Solution to Antibiotic Resistance Could be in Your Kitchen Sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses in kitchen sponges may help fight pathogens

...ronment that could harbour potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at NYIT. The researchers decided to...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Old Sponge as Solution to Antibiotic Resistance?

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The solution to antibiotic resistance could be in your kitchen sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Solution to antibiotic resistance could be in your kitchen sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: Study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: Study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: Study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Kitchen sponge viruses can kill bacteria that antibiotics cannot: Report

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The Solution To Antibiotic Resistance Could Be In Your Kitchen Sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
US researchers have discovered viruses that can infect bacteria in kitchen sponges

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: Study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses In Kitchen Sponges May Eat Hard-To-Kill Bacteria, Say Scientists

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: Study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: Study - Windowtonews

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Your Kitchen Sponge May Hold Answer To Beating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria, Study Finds

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” says Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at NYIT, in a media release. CLICK ...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: Study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: Study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 24 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses found in kitchen sponges may eat bacteria: Study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 23 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The solution to antibiotic resistance could be in your kitchen sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 23 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The solution to antibiotic resistance could be in your kitchen sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 23 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Could your kitchen sponge contain the solution to antibiotic resistance?

...tentially useful phages ,” commented Life Sciences student, Brianna Weiss . The researchers decided to “swap” these two phages and see...

June, 23 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The solution to antibiotic resistance could be in your kitchen sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 23 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Students find phages in their kitchen sponges

...sed the bacteria as “bait” to draw out phages. According to Brianna Weiss, an undergraduate student at the New York Institute of Techn...

June, 23 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The solution to antibiotic resistance could be in your kitchen sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 23 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The solution to antibiotic resistance could be in your kitchen sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages,” said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 23 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The solution to antibiotic resistance could be in your kitchen sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 23 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
The solution to antibiotic resistance could be in your kitchen sponge

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a Life Sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 23 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Viruses Found in Kitchen Sponges May Eat Bacteria: Study

...ironment that could harbor potentially useful phages," said Brianna Weiss, a life sciences student at New York Institute of Technology...

June, 14 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Brianna Weiss Awarded Guiliano Fellowship for Travel

New York Institute of Technology student Brianna Weiss of Freeport, N.Y., has been awarded an Edward Guiliano Global Fellowship to travel to San Francisco, Calif. in June. Weiss, a biology stude...

May, 17 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Brianna Weiss Participates in Research Symposium

Brianna Weiss was among 162 student researchers who presented their work at New York Institute of Technology's "SOURCE" (Symposium of University Research and Creative Expression), sponsored by NYIT...

April, 29 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Brianna Weiss Takes First Place for Her Life Sciences Research

Brianna Weiss was among three New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) students from the Department of Life Sciences who earned first place research awards at the 2019 NYC SEA-PHAGES Regional Sympo...

April, 16 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Brianna Weiss Named to New York Institute of Technology Presidential Honor List

Brianna Weiss of Freeport was named to the New York Institute of Technology Fall 2018 Presidential Honor List. Weiss, who is studying Biology, was among 1,046 students named. To qualify, candidate...

March, 14 2019 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Video: Fight Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs—With Viruses

Related Topics November 8, 2018 Pictured from left: Brianna Weiss, Lovejit Kaur, Assistant Professor Bryan Gibb, and Linesha D...

November, 08 2018 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
News Brief: Students Take First Place at MACUB Conference

...it Kaur, Linesha Davis, Assistant Professor Bryan Gibb, and Brianna Weiss. Two current NYIT students and one alumna took first place i...

November, 06 2018 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Life Sciences Student Brianna Weiss Shines at MACUB

Brianna Weiss of Freeport was among NYIT life sciences students who shined at this year's Metropolitan Association of College and University Biologists (MACUB). Each year the MACUB hosts a confere...

October, 31 2018 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
Brianna Weiss Named to NYIT's Spring 2018 Dean's Honor List

Brianna Weiss of Freeport was named to the NYIT Spring 2018 Dean's Honor List. Weiss, a Biology major, was among 630 students named. To qualify, students must earn a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

August, 28 2018 - Verified by New York Institute of Technology
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