NIH-funded work may lead to cancer treatments
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NIH-funded work may lead to cancer treatments

By Hannah Maria Hayes On Nov 23, 2020

A Binghamton chemist’s research has led to the creation of compounds that may fight cancers currently treatable only by radiation therapies. Read more

Book traces disputes over teaching evolution
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Book traces disputes over teaching evolution

By Rachel Coker On Oct 26, 2020

A Binghamton University historian argues in a new book that Americans are not divided when it comes to the teaching of evolution: The real disagreements relate to creationism. Read more

Binghamton researchers return to work
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Binghamton researchers return to work

By Rachel Coker On Sep 25, 2020

By early September, more than 670 faculty and staff members as well as students from 42 departments were able to return to laboratories and other research spaces at Binghamton, using new protocols designed to reduce the risk of COVID-19. Read more

Undergrads set their sights on space
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Undergrads set their sights on space

By Rachel Coker On Sep 24, 2020

A team of Binghamton students aims to send a rocket past the Kármán line, the international boundary between Earth's atmosphere and outer space. Read more

Study examines preschoolers’ STEM experiences
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Study examines preschoolers’ STEM experiences

By Hannah Maria Hayes On Sep 22, 2020

A Binghamton researcher will study how parent-child interactions impact what preschoolers learn and remember about STEM processing skills with support from a $300,000 NSF grant. Read more

Journal highlights Binghamton microbiologist’s work
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Journal highlights Binghamton microbiologist’s work

By Hannah Maria Hayes On Aug 10, 2020

Binghamton biologist Laura Cook was recently recognized as an outstanding early-career researcher by the American Society for Microbiology. Read more

Engineer finds inspiration in flexible electronics
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Engineer finds inspiration in flexible electronics

By Rachel Coker On Jun 22, 2020

Ryan Cadwell made the most of his time at Binghamton University. He took an internship in Germany, co-founded the College Progressives, built a wheelchair for a cat and conducted research in the clean room at Binghamton’s Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing. Read more