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

Drone research may benefit farmers
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Drone research may benefit farmers

By Elizabeth Short On Oct 21, 2019

Binghamton undergraduate Samantha Wong uses drones to check crop stress, working with farmers to identify problems before plants cannot recover. Read more

Binghamton chemist wins Nobel Prize
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Binghamton chemist wins Nobel Prize

By Research Advancement On Oct 11, 2019

The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to M. Stanley Whittingham, distinguished professor at Binghamton. Read more

Wasps may provide climate change insights
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Wasps may provide climate change insights

By Ethan Knox On Sep 26, 2019

Kirsten Prior's research takes her all over the country, as the biologist seeks out bugs most people try to avoid. Read more

Math educator innovates in and out of class
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Math educator innovates in and out of class

By Gabrielle M. Ciraco On Sep 13, 2019

When high school math teacher Amber Simpson saw a need for education reform, she ended up in the perfect position to make a difference. Read more

Binghamton to acquire advanced X-ray tool
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Binghamton to acquire advanced X-ray tool

By Rachel Coker On Aug 27, 2019

Binghamton will acquire a sophisticated new $1.75M X-ray tool useful in materials research and R&D for electronics with support from a new NSF grant. Read more

Nursing practice informs researcher’s work
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Nursing practice informs researcher’s work

By Ethan Knox On Aug 19, 2019

Melissa Sutherland’s research focuses on interpersonal violence, its impact on young women and factors that perpetuate intimate partner violence. Read more