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Initiative wins $113M to bolster domestic battery manufacturing, reinvigorate region

Initiative wins $113M to bolster domestic battery manufacturing, reinvigorate region

Published Sep 2, 2022

The U.S. Economic Development Administration announced Friday that the region would receive $63.7 million; the State of New York will support the project with an additional $50 million. Read more

Biomedical engineer takes top prize in Art of Science contest

Biomedical engineer takes top prize in Art of Science contest

Published Jun 10, 2022

The competition invites members of the campus community to share exceptional images that are connected to their research or scholarly work in some way. Read more

Off the Page from WSKG: The Weeping Time

Off the Page from WSKG: The Weeping Time

Published Apr 18, 2022

The largest slave auction in American history took place in 1859, but it’s been largely forgotten by history. Binghamton University historian Anne Bailey joins Crystal Sarakas of WSKG in this podcast for a conversation about race, the erasure of slave auctions, and the healing that families are doing as they trace their history back to the auction block. Read more

Binghamton retains place on list of elite research institutions

Binghamton retains place on list of elite research institutions

Published Feb 7, 2022

Binghamton University kept its place among the elite schools labeled “R1 — very high research activity” in a new list released by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Read more

Can skeletons have a racial identity?

Can skeletons have a racial identity?

Published Oct 19, 2021

In recent years, a growing number of forensic anthropologists, including Binghamton scholar Liz DiGangi, have grown critical of ancestry estimation and want to replace it with something more nuanced, The New York Times reports.  Read more

Cooperation is key to addressing climate change

Cooperation is key to addressing climate change

Published Dec 21, 2020

Climate change is our most complicated global pollution challenge, and cooperation is the key to solving it, according to a new book from economist Zili Yang. Read more

Book traces disputes over teaching evolution

Book traces disputes over teaching evolution

Published Oct 26, 2020

A Binghamton University historian argues in a new book that Americans are not divided when it comes to the teaching of evolution: The real disagreements relate to creationism. Read more