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New grant to advance solar energy

New grant to advance solar energy

Published Jan 25, 2018

A Binghamton researcher whose work aims to create an alternative to traditional, silicon-based solar cells has won the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious grant for early-career faculty. Read more

Undergrad stretches possibilities of flexible electronics

Undergrad stretches possibilities of flexible electronics

Published Dec 18, 2017

Peter Tomlinson started conducting research as a freshman on novel materials. Read more

Bio-battery could be powered by your sweaty gym socks

Bio-battery could be powered by your sweaty gym socks

Published Dec 11, 2017

A stretchy, flexible battery developed at Binghamton University could be powered by your sweat, Newsweek reports.  Read more

Scientists build a battery you can power with your spit

Scientists build a battery you can power with your spit

Published Aug 9, 2017

You’re stranded in the middle of nowhere, phone battery dead. Lacking all access to electricity or even solar power, you turn to your last resource — your own spit. That’s the dream of researchers at Binghamton University, who have developed a battery that can be powered by saliva, Popular Mechanics reports. Read more

NSF funds research into superconductivity

NSF funds research into superconductivity

Published Jun 5, 2017

Binghamton physicist Pegor Aynajian hopes to broaden our understanding of superconductivity with support from a prestigious National Science Foundation grant. 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

Engineer wins prestigious NSF grant

Engineer wins prestigious NSF grant

Published Feb 10, 2016

Research conducted by Paul Chiarot at Binghamton University may lead to a radical shift in manufacturing technology. Read more