Researcher explores physiological links to schizophrenia
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Researcher explores physiological links to schizophrenia

By Christopher Allbritton On Dec 1, 2016

Binghamton researcher Gregory P. Strauss' quest to better understand the mental disorder has produced some surprising insights. Read more

Nurse studies delirium in older patients
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Nurse studies delirium in older patients

By Christopher Allbritton On Oct 17, 2016

Binghamton researcher Nina Flanagan says family members can play a role in identifying problems early. Read more

Research highlights special ed teacher shortage
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Research highlights special ed teacher shortage

By Christopher Allbritton On Sep 30, 2016

Binghamton's Lucky Mason-Williams says many students with learning disabilities aren’t getting the education they need. Read more

Study: Hypertension may vary across ethnicities
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Study: Hypertension may vary across ethnicities

Published Research Advancement On Jul 29, 2016

Binghamton researcher Gary D. James studies blood pressure variations and how they influence the development of hypertension. Watch video

Psychology student wins NSF fellowship
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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