Sociologist studies Chinese immigrants in Peru
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Sociologist studies Chinese immigrants in Peru

By Alyssa Lanoye On Jan 5, 2016

Binghamton's Ana Maria Candela goes beyond traditional nationalistic perspectives in her research. Read more

Physicist receives prestigious NSF grant
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Physicist receives prestigious NSF grant

By Rachel Coker On Dec 15, 2015

Jeffrey Mativetsky's nanoscience research may advance solar energy. Read more

Brainprint: the new biometric
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Brainprint: the new biometric

Published Research Advancement On Dec 9, 2015

New technology developed by Binghamton researchers Sarah Laszlo and Zhanpeng Jin delivers stunning results: the ability to identify human beings through brain scans. Watch video

Grad student aims to better understand batteries
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Grad student aims to better understand batteries

By Kenny Berkowitz On Dec 8, 2015

Doctoral student Shawn Sallis will spend this school year on a prestigious fellowship at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where he’ll work with a tool that produces a beam a billion times brighter the sun. Read more

New center focuses on complex systems
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New center focuses on complex systems

By Rachel Coker On Oct 27, 2015

Researchers affiliated with Binghamton’s newest Organized Research Center study networks ranging from the stock market to the brain, using mathematical modeling to understand and predict their behavior. Read more

Historian focuses on Washington’s early years
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Historian focuses on Washington’s early years

By Todd R. McAdam On Oct 15, 2015

Binghamton's Kenneth Lane is among 20 scholars chosen for a fellowship at the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington. Read more

Fossils reveal clues about early humans’ hearing
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Fossils reveal clues about early humans’ hearing

Published On Sep 28, 2015

Binghamton’s Rolf Quam led an international team in reconstructing an aspect of sensory perception in fossils from 2 million years ago found in South Africa. Watch video