Satellite data may help fight algae blooms
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Satellite data may help fight algae blooms

By Jacob T. Kerr On Jan 20, 2020

Lake ecosystems sometimes crash after algae blooms ingest too much oxygen, but Binghamton undergraduate Kelly Young's work points to a possible solution. Read more

Student examines microplastics’ effect on wetlands
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Student examines microplastics’ effect on wetlands

By Jacob T. Kerr On Jan 13, 2020

Microscopic fibers in our clothing and other plastic products are invading our ecosystems. That fact inspired Brianna Sander's research as a 2019 Summer Scholar at Binghamton University. Read more

Latin American murals fuse politics, art
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Latin American murals fuse politics, art

By Elizabeth Short On Jan 7, 2020

Binghamton University undergraduate Peter Farquharson traveled to South America to document political and social messages in murals. Read more

Binghamton earns top ranking in sustainability research
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Binghamton earns top ranking in sustainability research

By Jacob T. Kerr On Dec 12, 2019

Binghamton shares the No. 1 spot for research in a report by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Read more

Undergraduate’s study links stress, sugar consumption
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Undergraduate’s study links stress, sugar consumption

By Elizabeth Short On Dec 10, 2019

Senior Jacob Gordon says his experiments with flies demonstrate a link between sugar consumption and stressful environments. Read more

Machine learning research may aid industry
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Machine learning research may aid industry

By Jacob T. Kerr On Dec 3, 2019

A graduate student has created an "oracle" that can make accurate predictions related to spam emails, bank fraud, workers quitting their jobs and more. Read more

Study may aid in early Alzheimer’s diagnosis
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Study may aid in early Alzheimer’s diagnosis

By Jacob T. Kerr On Oct 28, 2019

A Binghamton graduate student has found new ways for doctors to detect Alzheimer’s before symptoms set in. Read more