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Team aims to improve wireless energy transfer

Team aims to improve wireless energy transfer

Published Feb 11, 2013

Binghamton computer scientist Ting Zhu leads a team that's developing hardware and software to enable sensors in a wireless network to share energy. Read more

Seven steps to a solar cell

Seven steps to a solar cell

Published Dec 19, 2012

Researchers at Binghamton’s Center for Autonomous Solar Power create solar cells using materials that are abundant on earth. A typical cell is 1 centimeter long and half a centimeter wide, with several layers about a hundred times thinner than a single human hair. Read more

BU eyes start-up wave in smart energy

BU eyes start-up wave in smart energy

Published Aug 10, 2012

Binghamton University expects to see more start-ups in smart energy once its new R&D facility is up and running, Fox 40 news reports.   Read more

Researcher nabs $500K to work on “green software”

Researcher nabs $500K to work on “green software”

Published Mar 29, 2011

Fast Company highlights the work of Binghamton faculty member Yu David Liu, who hopes to develop a “green” programming language. Read more

Chemist discusses sensors’ potential

Chemist discusses sensors’ potential

Published Aug 23, 2010

Binghamton’s Omowunmi Sadik describes her research, including using sensors in the early detection of cancer. Read more

Battery pioneer named to hall of fame

Battery pioneer named to hall of fame

Published Apr 28, 2010

Binghamton’s own Stan Whittingham, an inventor of the lithium ion battery, is No. 17 on the Greentech Hall of Fame. Pretty cool to be on a list that includes Archimedes and Fermi. Read more

Binghamton’s Go Green Institute

Binghamton’s Go Green Institute

Published Dec 3, 2009

Binghamton University's Go Green summer program brings together about 50 of the Southern Tier's brightest middle-schoolers for an intensive 10-day, hands-on learning experience centered on the theme of a greener living environment. Watch video