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How to use science to focus at work

How to use science to focus at work

Published Sep 10, 2021

Quit kidding yourself that you can multitask, Binghamton psychologist Nicholas Gaspelin tells Wired. Read more

How school boards became battlegrounds for culture wars

How school boards became battlegrounds for culture wars

Published Aug 26, 2021

“The history of school board politics is a great way to chart the career of all culture war issues,” Binghamton historian Adam Laats tells The Guardian. “School boards made perfect battlefields.” Read more

New Asian American bakeries find bicultural sweet spot

New Asian American bakeries find bicultural sweet spot

Published Aug 26, 2021

Traditional Asian bakeries started out as a means of replicating something immigrants missed from their home country. The new bakeries’ bolder assertion of identity is a natural evolution, Binghamton scholar Robert Ji-Song Ku tells The Washington Post. Read more

This is where trolls go after they are banned from mainstream social media

This is where trolls go after they are banned from mainstream social media

Published Aug 5, 2021

Users who are booted from mainstream platforms often turn to low-moderation sites, according to new research from Binghamton University, Fast Company reports. Read more

Binghamton faculty net seven CAREER awards

Binghamton faculty net seven CAREER awards

Published Jun 21, 2021

Seven researchers recently received word that they are recipients of CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation. It's Binghamton's most successful year ever with the NSF program, Read more

Desert photograph takes top prize in Art of Science contest

Desert photograph takes top prize in Art of Science contest

Published Apr 29, 2021

A striking photograph engineer Jessica Fridrich took in Arizona received top honors in this year’s Art of Science competition at Binghamton. Read more

Ladino is seeing a virtual renaissance thanks to Zoom

Ladino is seeing a virtual renaissance thanks to Zoom

Published Mar 29, 2021

Online courses led by Bryan Kirschen of Binghamton University and others have contributed to a virtual Ladino renaissance, The Forward reports. Read more