Faculty Spotlights

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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Chemist contributes to ‘green’ technology

Chemist contributes to ‘green’ technology

Binghamton nanoscientist Nikolay Dimitrov’s research may lead to advances in batteries.

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Her goal: more reliable power grid

Her goal: more reliable power grid

Eva Wu develops ways to monitor and control a power grid that is too complex for current automated equipment to control and sometimes operates too fast for much human intervention.

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Q&A: The ‘dark side’ at work

Q&A: The ‘dark side’ at work

Industrial psychologist Seth Spain says employers should look beyond typical personality tests — and consider the power of the dark side.

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