Binghamton faculty member Liz Rosenberg’s new novel was inspired by a real-life court battle between two cousins.Read More
Binghamton’s Center for Autonomous Solar Power tackles scientific challenges to reduce the cost of solar power and enhance energy efficiency.Watch
Binghamton junior Marissa MacAneney’s research focuses on the safety of nanoparticles that may improve rechargeable batteries.Read More
Binghamton junior Yudi Pardo aims to take the photosynthetic engine out of a plant cell and put it somewhere it can be used.Read More
Binghamton Research Days, a series of events showcasing research, scholarship and creative activity, brought the University community together April 17-19.
Student posters and a keynote speech by an NPR correspondent are among the highlights of this year’s Binghamton Research Days.
Research In The News
Hearing changes could be ancient in the human line
A Binghamton University study of two ancient hominins from South Africa suggests that changes in the shape and size of the middle ear occurred early in our evolution. Such alterations could have profoundly changed what our ancestors could hear — and perhaps how they could communicate, Nature reports this week.
Hackers compete to create the most insidious code
Computer security expert Scott Craver, a Binghamton faculty member, tells Wired magazine he created the contest to raise awareness about security issues and drive research.
Patty-cake game goes viral
Binghamton University folklorist Elizabeth Tucker helps to explain the kids’ hand-clapping game called “Cups” for the Washington Post’s Style section.