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Book critiques capitalism’s emphasis on ‘cheap things’

Book critiques capitalism’s emphasis on ‘cheap things’

Published Sep 24, 2018

Binghamton sociologist Jason Moore argues that capitalism is one of the most flawed and inefficient systems of organizing humans and nature. Read more

Faculty innovation could transform brain tumor surgery

Faculty innovation could transform brain tumor surgery

Published Jul 16, 2018

Surgical removal of brain tumors may become easier and more precise, thanks to Binghamton research that recently received funding from the National Institutes of Health. Read more

New grant to advance solar energy

New grant to advance solar energy

Published Jan 25, 2018

A Binghamton researcher whose work aims to create an alternative to traditional, silicon-based solar cells has won the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious grant for early-career faculty. Read more

NSF funds research into superconductivity

NSF funds research into superconductivity

Published Jun 5, 2017

Binghamton physicist Pegor Aynajian hopes to broaden our understanding of superconductivity with support from a prestigious National Science Foundation grant. Read more

NSF grant to fund human skin research

NSF grant to fund human skin research

Published Apr 17, 2017

Guy German will continue his research into human skin with a $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s prestigious CAREER program. Read more

Scientist probes addiction at cellular level

Scientist probes addiction at cellular level

Published Mar 20, 2017

Yao-Ying Ma hopes that a more precise understanding of how certain drugs change the brain will help to cure addiction. Read more

Researcher explores physiological links to schizophrenia

Researcher explores physiological links to schizophrenia

Published Dec 1, 2016

Binghamton researcher Gregory P. Strauss' quest to better understand the mental disorder has produced some surprising insights. Read more