Historian’s book project wins NEH backing
Faculty

Historian’s book project wins NEH backing

By Hannah Maria Hayes On Jun 2, 2020

Elisa Camiscioli studies immigration to and from France, trafficking between Europe and Latin America, and race and sexual politics in modern France and its empire. Read more

Watson entries take top honors in Art of Science contest
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Watson entries take top honors in Art of Science contest

By Research Advancement On Apr 24, 2020

This year's Art of Science competition drew 64 entries, highlighting the creativity of Binghamton University faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, postdocs and staff members. Read more

2020 Art of Science
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2020 Art of Science

Published On Apr 24, 2020

Binghamton University’s 2020 Art of Science competition features beautiful images by members of the campus community engaged in research. Watch video

Research Days begin Friday with online lineup
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Research Days begin Friday with online lineup

By Rachel Coker On Apr 16, 2020

Binghamton University will celebrate research and scholarly activities with its annual Research Days, reimagined this year as a short series of online events. Read more

Synthetic drug conjugates may lead to better medicine
Students

Synthetic drug conjugates may lead to better medicine

By Elizabeth Short On Apr 4, 2020

Brittany Brems is only a junior in college, but her research may help scientists develop more effective drugs to treat long-term illnesses. Read more

Neuroscientist named Chancellor’s Early-Career Scholar
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Neuroscientist named Chancellor’s Early-Career Scholar

By Hannah Maria Hayes On Mar 9, 2020

Binghamton neuroscientist Florence Varodayan has been named SUNY’s first Chancellor’s Early-Career Scholar. Read more

A fleet-footed scholar
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A fleet-footed scholar

By Elizabeth Short On Mar 6, 2020

Melissa Hardesty, an assistant professor of social work at Binghamton and a marathon runner, qualified for the recent 2020 Olympic trials. Read more