Biomedical engineer takes top prize in Art of Science contest
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Biomedical engineer takes top prize in Art of Science contest

By Rachel Coker On Jun 10, 2022

The competition invites members of the campus community to share exceptional images that are connected to their research or scholarly work in some way. Read more

Neuroscientist studies adolescent alcohol exposure
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Neuroscientist studies adolescent alcohol exposure

By Hannah Maria Hayes On Jun 7, 2022

Trevor Towner, whose research addresses behavioral and neural consequences associated with adolescent, binge-level alcohol exposure, won a SUNY GREAT Award this year. Read more

Archaeology as a force for social change
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Archaeology as a force for social change

By On Jun 6, 2022

Binghamton anthropologist Elizabeth DiGangi explains how bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology can help inform our understanding of the past and the present. Watch video

2022 Art of Science
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2022 Art of Science

Published On Apr 27, 2022

Binghamton University’s 2022 Art of Science competition features beautiful images by members of the campus community engaged in research. Watch video

Future anthropologist focuses on infectious diseases
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Future anthropologist focuses on infectious diseases

By Hannah Maria Hayes On Mar 18, 2022

Binghamton doctoral student Meg Gauck won a SUNY Graduate Research Empowering and Accelerating Talent Award. Read more

Binghamton retains place on list of elite research institutions
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Binghamton retains place on list of elite research institutions

By Rachel Coker On Feb 7, 2022

Binghamton University kept its place among the elite schools labeled “R1 — very high research activity” in a new list released by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Read more

Building a resilient power grid
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Building a resilient power grid

By On Feb 2, 2022

Engineer Ning Zhou of Binghamton University talks about building a smarter and more resilient power grid. Watch video