Binghamton University’s Center of Excellence in small scale systems now has a building worthy of its title.Read More
The NorthEast Center for Chemical Energy Storage, based at Binghamton, conducts basic research in the design of next-generation lithium-ion batteries.Watch
Binghamton doctoral student Claire Brown wants to understand how the Connemara pony parallels Irish culture.Read More
Aliona Tsypes, a National Science Foundation graduate research fellow, hopes to find new ways to predict and prevent suicidal behavior.Read More
A new Binghamton University study reveals that certain features of metal surfaces can stop the process of oxidation in its tracks.
Liz Rosenberg’s latest book, “The Moonlight Palace,” topped the Kindle best-seller charts this fall.
Research In The News
Another reason to go to bed early tonight
Night owls, take note: People who stay up late worry more, according to a recent study from Binghamton University. Researchers surveyed participants on their sleep habits and how often they dwelled on their problems. The results: People who slept less and went to bed later both had more negative thoughts, Men’s Health reports.
Batteries that will save the planet
Binghamton battery pioneer M. Stanley Whittingham predicts in Newsweek that within 10 years, every vehicle will be hybrid or electric.
Early bedtimes can lift the spirits
Going to bed early and keeping regular sleeping hours can reduce negative thoughts and worries, according to a recent Binghamton University study, the New York Daily News reports.