Binghamton University novelist Alexi Zentner’s new book feels at once perfectly realistic and like a legend borrowed from another era.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 graduate student Lynn Baniak is working on a novel treatment that seems to help patients with fibromyalgia.Read More
Binghamton undergraduate Joy Hallmark tests compounds that may treat Parkinson’s with fewer side effects than current drugs.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
Nice guys finish last
What corporate climbers can teach us
Everybody can learn from how narcissistic or manipulative people use subtle skills to gain influence, Binghamton researcher Seth Spain tells The Wall Street Journal.
You really can be scared to death
A new Binghamton University study has found the reason why stressful situations trigger heart attacks – and it’s all down to a link between stress hormones and bacteria, The Daily Mail reports.