Inexpensive paper batteries could one day power biosensors for use in remote locations.Read More
Binghamton University celebrated research and creative activities during its fourth-annual Research Days, held April 22-24.Watch
Binghamton undergraduate Rebecca Irwin took on a multidisciplinary project to learn more about what makes biofilms grow.Read More
Brandon Pereyra hopes his research will contribute to efficient and affordable “green” power.Read More
A Binghamton researcher has designed a biological solar cell that’s a million times more effective than current technology. The new designs take such cells out of the realm of “absurd” and into in the realm of “someday soon.”
A new Binghamton University study reveals that certain features of metal surfaces can stop the process of oxidation in its tracks.
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The foldable, five-cent battery powered by bacteria
A new origami paper battery, which is powered by bacteria and costs five U.S. cents, could revolutionize the diagnosis of diseases in developing and remote areas, Binghamton engineer Sean Choi tells Newsweek Europe.
Will “brainprints” replace the need to memorize passwords?
Our brain signals could one day be used to secure sensitive information, Binghamton researchers Sarah Laszlo and Zhanpeng Jin tell Fast Company.
Ancient skull suggests an early murder
Lethal wounds on an ancient human skull may point to one of the oldest cases of murder on record, Binghamton paleoanthropologist Rolf M. Quam recently told The New York Times.