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Algorithms reveal forecasting power of tweets

Algorithms reveal forecasting power of tweets

Binghamton researchers working in partnership with Xerox used 500 million tweets to develop algorithms that not only paint a picture of everyday human dynamics, but can predict an individual’s behavior.

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A modern-day myth-maker

A modern-day myth-maker

Binghamton University novelist Alexi Zentner’s new book feels at once perfectly realistic and like a legend borrowed from another era.

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An eye for decay

An eye for decay

Ronald Gonzalez, who has exhibited his work at world-class museums, creates sculptures that challenge viewers to reconsider everyday objects and question today’s slick, digitized culture.

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New book aims to reach kids

New book aims to reach kids

A new book about the brain, co-authored by Binghamton researcher Terrence Deak, uses science and storytelling to empower children and enlighten adults.

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Waste not, want not

Waste not, want not

Binghamton physicist Bruce White’s research could turn waste heat into a significant source of electricity.

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Dig seeks traces of battlefield

Dig seeks traces of battlefield

Binghamton University archaeologists recently took their shovels to a cornfield, searching for evidence that could earn the scene of a Revolutionary War battle a spot on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Mitochondrial mix-up

Mitochondrial mix-up

Heather Fiumera’s experiments with yeast genetics may yield new treatments for people with metabolic disorders.

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