Binghamton University Research Days will feature a keynote speech on the world food system, student poster sessions, laboratory visits for area students and more.Read More
Binghamton University celebrated research and creative activities during its fourth-annual Research Days, held April 22-24.Watch
Doctoral researcher Erin Annis has taken on an ambitious project on middle-class experiences of the British Empire.Read More
“If you want to learn how a Ferrari works,” says biologist Ray Futia, “you start by looking at the engine of a lawn mower. Yeast is our lawn mower.”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.
Research In The News
Harsh winter no hindrance to hungry ticks
The heavy snow that blanketed the Northeast this winter was like a cozy quilt for baby blacklegged ticks that are now questing for blood as the weather warms up, Binghamton researcher Ralph Garruto tells the Associated Press.
Think your boss is horrible? You’re probably right
Think your boss is horrible? You’re probably right. Binghamton University researcher Seth Spain explains why in Time magazine.
Another reason to go to bed early tonight
Night owls, take note: People who stay up late worry more, according to a recent study from Binghamton University. Researchers surveyed participants on their sleep habits and how often they dwelled on their problems. The results: People who slept less and went to bed later both had more negative thoughts, Men’s Health reports.