Students

Historian focuses on 18th-century Scotland

Historian focuses on 18th-century Scotland

Published May 20, 2015

Doctoral researcher Erin Annis has taken on an ambitious project on middle-class experiences of the British Empire. Read more

Binghamton senior wins NSF fellowship

Binghamton senior wins NSF fellowship

Published May 7, 2015

“If you want to learn how a Ferrari works,” says biologist Ray Futia, “you start by looking at the engine of a lawn mower. Yeast is our lawn mower.” Read more

Student research paves way to med school

Student research paves way to med school

Published Apr 29, 2015

Senior Alice Cheung participated in studies with Binghamton anthropologists and biologists during her undergraduate career. Read more

Study may boost data center efficiency

Study may boost data center efficiency

Published Apr 6, 2015

Binghamton doctoral student Husam Alissa is exploring new possibilities for cooling the clusters of servers that are among the largest consumers of electricity in the United States. Read more

Student conducts thin-film research

Student conducts thin-film research

Published Mar 23, 2015

Binghamton undergrad Zachary Lebens-Higgins joined an international team that's trying to understand why some transparent materials, like those that make up solar panels, are better conductors than others. Read more

Engineer aims to improve wireless technology

Engineer aims to improve wireless technology

Published Mar 5, 2015

Binghamton undergraduate Isaac Saliev conducts research that could lead to more efficient transmission of wireless data. Read more

Ponies’ history provides cultural insights

Ponies’ history provides cultural insights

Published Dec 15, 2014

Binghamton doctoral student Claire Brown wants to understand how the Connemara pony parallels Irish culture. Read more