Faculty Spotlights

Scholar wins coveted Rome Prize

Scholar wins coveted Rome Prize

Marilynn Desmond’s latest project centers on the Trojan War and how its story was told in the absence of Homer’s texts.

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Biologist targets dormant bacteria

Biologist targets dormant bacteria

Research conducted by biofilms expert Claudia Marques and her Binghamton colleagues may show a new way to treat recurring infections.

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Here’s looking at you

Here’s looking at you

Binghamton bioengineer Guy German’s research may lead to a better soap.

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Political scientist seeks to predict terror attacks

Political scientist seeks to predict terror attacks

Seden Akcinaroglu analyzes trends in domestic terrorist attacks to predict when they will occur in the future.

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Anthropologist turns to the alpaca

Anthropologist turns to the alpaca

Anthropologist D. Andrew Merriwether studies a disorder found in both humans and the alpaca.

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Book highlights contributions of music editor

Book highlights contributions of music editor

Binghamton scholar Drew Massey’s latest book highlights the way that music editors can become collaborators when working with composers.

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Researcher explores extreme environments

Researcher explores extreme environments

Binghamton geologist Thomas Kulp studies life in some of the planet’s most hostile places.

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