Binghamton University archaeologists recently took their shovels to a cornfield, searching for evidence that could earn the scene of a Revolutionary War battle a spot on the National Register of Historic Places.Read More
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Binghamton undergraduate Ilana Ben-Ezra studies the Sixth Crusade and seeks clues about how Christians, Jews and Muslims demonized each other.Read More
Undergraduate engineer Becky Deng works with a team that’s building and testing supercapacitors that could point the way toward the next generation of energy-storage devices.Read More
This fall, nearly 100 freshmen will join a new initiative aimed at introducing undergraduates to research from the time they arrive at Binghamton University.
Mechanical engineer Bahgat Sammakia has been named an IEEE Fellow.
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.