Binghamton researchers working in partnership with Xerox used 500 million tweets to develop algorithms that not only paint a picture of everyday human dynamics, but can predict an individual’s behavior.Read More
At Binghamton University, our students engage in research across numerous disciplines. Working with mentors in labs and in the field, they create new knowledge and learn lessons that may shape their academic careers and professional lives.Watch
Binghamton undergraduate Darin Mihalik explores some unusual findings related to thermoconductivity.Read More
Binghamton graduate student Lynn Baniak is working on a novel treatment that seems to help patients with fibromyalgia.Read More
A Binghamton University physicist and his colleagues say they have unlocked one key mystery surrounding high-temperature superconductivity.
A new technique developed by a Binghamton physicist and his colleagues will improve the quality of flexible, conductive, transparent glass.
Research In The News
Groundbreaking held at tech complex
Construction of the fourth building at Binghamton University’s Innovative Technologies Complex is under way, WIVT-TV reports.
Debate Club: Obama’s foreign policy
Obama’s foreign policy is well-reasoned but inconsistent, Binghamton political scientist Ricardo Laremont argues in U.S. News & World Report’s Debate Club.
How a tiny fly’s ears could help you hear better
Binghamton engineer Ronald Miles and others are using a tiny fly’s ears as inspiration in developing microphones for the next generation of directional hearing aids, National Public Radio reports.