Psychology student wins NSF fellowship
Students

Psychology student wins NSF fellowship

By Christopher Allbritton On Jun 20, 2016

Elizabeth “Cope” Feurer hopes to find out whether laboratory methods of studying reactions to stress reflect the way adolescents experience stress in the real world. Read more

Origami ninja star inspires battery design
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Origami ninja star inspires battery design

By Rachel Coker On Jun 7, 2016

A new disposable fuel cell developed at Binghamton could power biosensors and other small devices for use in challenging field conditions. Read more

Historian zeroes in on 1960s immigration reform
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Historian zeroes in on 1960s immigration reform

By Christopher Allbritton On May 12, 2016

Binghamton's Wendy L. Wall says the push behind the Immigration Act was the most important U.S. social movement you’ve never heard of. Read more

Physicist earns postdoctoral fellowship
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Physicist earns postdoctoral fellowship

By Christopher Allbritton On May 10, 2016

Binghamton graduate student Nick Quackenbush will research metal oxides during a prestigious postdoctoral fellowship at Brookhaven National Laboratory. Read more

Physicists gain new view of superconductor
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Physicists gain new view of superconductor

By Rachel Coker On Apr 13, 2016

A team of physicists, including Binghamton's Michael Lawler, has directly observed some unique characteristics of a superconductor for the first time, according to a paper published in the journal Nature. Read more

Keynote, poster sessions highlight annual Research Days
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Keynote, poster sessions highlight annual Research Days

By Rachel Coker On Apr 11, 2016

Binghamton will celebrate research and creative activity with a series of events this week. Research Days, scheduled April 12-15, will feature a keynote speech, two campus-wide student poster sessions and events including an arts festival and workshops for faculty and students. Read more

Ancient DNA preserved in humans, study finds
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Ancient DNA preserved in humans, study finds

By Rachel Coker On Mar 17, 2016

Residents of the remote equatorial islands of Melanesia share fragments of genetic code with two extinct human species, according to a new study published in the journal Science. Read more