Parkinson’s treatment could be more effective, student finds
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Parkinson’s treatment could be more effective, student finds

By Jeffrey O. Bagg On Jan 3, 2018

Binghamton University senior Lakshmi Hareendran and her colleagues recently uncovered evidence that the current treatment for Parkinson’s disease may not be as effective as it could be. Read more

Undergrad stretches possibilities of flexible electronics
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Undergrad stretches possibilities of flexible electronics

By Jeffrey O. Bagg On Dec 18, 2017

Peter Tomlinson started conducting research as a freshman on novel materials. Read more

Sophomore helps develop method to detect landmines
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Sophomore helps develop method to detect landmines

By Jeffrey O. Bagg On Nov 28, 2017

Jasper Baur's team uses sensors mounted on drones to find plastic landmines so they can be removed safely. Read more

Cancer drug research gets boost
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Cancer drug research gets boost

By Kenny Berkowitz On Nov 16, 2017

Binghamton's Susan Bane has an idea about how to target cancer without affecting healthy cells. A new technology accelerator grant will help to advance her research. Read more

Sophomore develops virtual “eye” for blind
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Sophomore develops virtual “eye” for blind

By Jeffrey O. Bagg On Nov 8, 2017

Wearable device could help people with visual impairments navigate their environments. Read more

360 Tour of Binghamton’s NYS Center of Excellence
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360 Tour of Binghamton’s NYS Center of Excellence

By On Sep 18, 2017

S3IP, a New York State Center of Excellence at Binghamton University, brings industry and academic partners together to address real-world problems in electronics packaging. Watch video

Undergrad links art, science
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Undergrad links art, science

By Gabrielle M. Ciraco On Aug 21, 2017

Benjamin Mclauchlin explores art’s influence on people's perception of scientific research. Read more