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Chemist named to national academy

Chemist named to national academy

Published Feb 9, 2018

Binghamton researcher M. Stanley Whittingham was elected to the National Academy of Engineering for pioneering contributions to battery technologies. Read more

Scientists discover oldest modern human fossil outside of Africa

Scientists discover oldest modern human fossil outside of Africa

Published Jan 25, 2018

A Binghamton anthropologist contributed to the analysis of the fossil, which suggests Homo sapiens left Africa at least 50,000 years earlier than previously thought. Read more

Cancer drug research gets boost

Cancer drug research gets boost

Published Nov 16, 2017

Binghamton's Susan Bane has an idea about how to target cancer without affecting healthy cells. A new technology accelerator grant will help to advance her research. Read more

Training grant advances alcohol research

Training grant advances alcohol research

Published May 16, 2017

A five-year, $1.6 million grant will help Binghamton University train the next generation of alcohol researchers. Read more

Faculty author updates classic novel

Faculty author updates classic novel

Published Jan 3, 2017

Liz Rosenberg’s latest novel, "Beauty and Attention," pays homage to Henry James’ masterpiece "The Portrait of a Lady" while bringing a fresh perspective to the story. Read more

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