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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

Science and the adolescent brain

Science and the adolescent brain

Published Jan 2, 2014

Learning about the changes occurring in adolescent brains might tell parents something about how to empower adolescents for better decision-making, Binghamton neuroscientist Terry Deak writes in The Huffington Post. Read more

Undergrad researches chronic Lyme disease

Undergrad researches chronic Lyme disease

Published Oct 3, 2013

Binghamton undergrad Sarah Davis hopes to find out whether there's a connection between chronic Lyme disease and disorders such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and dementia. Read more

Brain study aims to improve dyslexia treatment

Brain study aims to improve dyslexia treatment

Published Jul 24, 2013

A new Binghamton University study may untangle some of the mysteries surrounding dyslexia and lead to new methods of treating America’s most common learning disorder. Read more

New facility a boon for neuroscientists

New facility a boon for neuroscientists

Published Jan 30, 2012

The new Science 5 facility reflects the growth of Binghamton's behavioral neuroscience program, which integrates the techniques of biology with experimental psychology. Read more