Binghamton physicist Bruce White’s research could turn waste heat into a significant source of electricity.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
Graduate student Patricia Moat is part of a Binghamton team working to create a real-time monitor that can spot intrusions into computer networks.Read More
Binghamton undergraduate Aleksandar Vukasinovic started a company during a semester off from school.Read More
The University will celebrate research and scholarly work during Binghamton Research Days, to be held March 26-29 on campus.
With support from an NSF CAREER grant, Binghamton researcher Timothy Miller aims to slash the energy used by computing systems.
Research In The News
Evolution is coming to a storybook near you
Great Adaptations, a children’s book that taps into the expertise of scientists at Binghamton University and around the world, aims to foster scientific curiosity and teach basic evolutionary thinking, NPR reports.
Archaeological team to begin Battle Hill dig
A team from Binghamton University’s Public Archaeology Facility, which has examined several other upstate Revolutionary War battlefields, will be turning its sights on Battle Hill this summer, The Post-Star reports.