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Origami ninja star inspires battery design

Origami ninja star inspires battery design

Published 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

Physicists gain new view of superconductor

Physicists gain new view of superconductor

Published Apr 13, 2016

A team of physicists, including Binghamton's Michael Lawler, has directly observed some unique characteristics of a superconductor for the first time, according to a paper published in the journal Nature. Read more

Keynote, poster sessions highlight annual Research Days

Keynote, poster sessions highlight annual Research Days

Published Apr 11, 2016

Binghamton will celebrate research and creative activity with a series of events this week. Research Days, scheduled April 12-15, will feature a keynote speech, two campus-wide student poster sessions and events including an arts festival and workshops for faculty and students. Read more

Ancient DNA preserved in humans, study finds

Ancient DNA preserved in humans, study finds

Published Mar 17, 2016

Residents of the remote equatorial islands of Melanesia share fragments of genetic code with two extinct human species, according to a new study published in the journal Science. Read more

Alcohol exposure in pregnancy affects multiple generations

Alcohol exposure in pregnancy affects multiple generations

Published Mar 17, 2016

Alcohol consumption during pregnancy can increase the chances that subsequent generations may develop alcoholism, a new Binghamton University study shows. Read more

Book explores entrepreneurial leadership

Book explores entrepreneurial leadership

Published Mar 14, 2016

Binghamton's Angelo Mastrangelo, a stock boy turned CEO, shares the principles and philosophy behind his success in his new book. Read more

Easter Island not destroyed by war, new analysis shows

Easter Island not destroyed by war, new analysis shows

Published Feb 17, 2016

A new analysis led by a Binghamton University archaeologist contradicts the belief that the ancient civilization of Rapa Nui, Chile, was destroyed by warfare. Read more