Book critiques capitalism’s emphasis on ‘cheap things’
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Book critiques capitalism’s emphasis on ‘cheap things’

By Jeffrey O. Bagg On Sep 24, 2018

Binghamton sociologist Jason Moore argues that capitalism is one of the most flawed and inefficient systems of organizing humans and nature. Read more

Faculty innovation could transform brain tumor surgery
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Faculty innovation could transform brain tumor surgery

By Jeffrey O. Bagg On Jul 16, 2018

Surgical removal of brain tumors may become easier and more precise, thanks to Binghamton research that recently received funding from the National Institutes of Health. Read more

Undergrad explores Western diet’s influence
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Undergrad explores Western diet’s influence

By Jeffrey O. Bagg On Jun 27, 2018

Student asks: Will islands in Vanuatu see rising obesity with adoption of high-fat, high-sugar foods? Read more

Binghamton joins Chesapeake research network
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Binghamton joins Chesapeake research network

By Rachel Coker On Jun 26, 2018

The University becomes the only New York school in the Chesapeake Watershed Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit, which strives to understand and protect the region's natural and cultural resources. Read more

Engineer wins Art of Science contest
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Engineer wins Art of Science contest

By Research Advancement On Jun 26, 2018

Congrui Jin, an engineer whose research could one day lead to self-healing concrete, took top honors in Binghamton's 2018 Art of Science competition. Read more

2018 Art of Science
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2018 Art of Science

Published On Apr 18, 2018

Binghamton University’s 2018 Art of Science competition features images by faculty, staff, students and postdocs that celebrate the beauty of science. Watch video

Student examines campus’ effect on neighborhood
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Student examines campus’ effect on neighborhood

By Jeffrey O. Bagg On Feb 26, 2018

Joshua Gonzalez is part of a team conducting a novel study of the community near Binghamton's pharmacy school. Read more