Features

An eye for decay

An eye for decay

Published Apr 29, 2014

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. Read more

New book aims to reach kids

New book aims to reach kids

Published Apr 22, 2014

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

Waste not, want not

Waste not, want not

Published Mar 24, 2014

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

Dig seeks traces of battlefield

Dig seeks traces of battlefield

Published Jan 6, 2014

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. Read more

Mitochondrial mix-up

Mitochondrial mix-up

Published Sep 3, 2013

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

Go with the flow

Go with the flow

Published Aug 19, 2013

A new Binghamton analysis reverses 30 years of economic thought on groundwater management. Read more

Center elevates electronics

Center elevates electronics

Published Jul 31, 2013

Small-scale systems research at Binghamton leads to new and improved products as well as new jobs. Read more