Features

Center elevates electronics

Center elevates electronics

Published Jul 31, 2013

Small-scale systems research at Binghamton leads to new and improved products as well as new jobs. Read more

In search of immigrant insights

In search of immigrant insights

Published Jun 19, 2013

Asians have surpassed Hispanics as the largest group of new immigrants to the United States, and Binghamton researchers have new observations about their needs. Read more

An author’s hymn to Long Island

An author’s hymn to Long Island

Published Apr 22, 2013

Binghamton faculty member Liz Rosenberg's new novel was inspired by a real-life court battle between two cousins. Read more

Study: School success may be contagious

Study: School success may be contagious

Published Feb 14, 2013

Good grades might be just as infectious as that dreaded case of strep throat making the rounds at your child’s school, according to a new Binghamton study. Read more

Team aims to improve wireless energy transfer

Team aims to improve wireless energy transfer

Published Feb 11, 2013

Binghamton computer scientist Ting Zhu leads a team that's developing hardware and software to enable sensors in a wireless network to share energy. Read more

Engineer seizes potential of lab-on-a-chip

Engineer seizes potential of lab-on-a-chip

Published Oct 9, 2012

With a single inexpensive, disposable lab-on-a-chip, Binghamton researcher David Klotzkin says it may be possible to conduct — in the field — tests that, not so long ago, had to be conducted individually in a laboratory. Read more

The unfiltered truth

The unfiltered truth

Published May 1, 2012

Binghamton's Geraldine Britton pairs clinical experience with research to craft interventions that may reduce the percentage of pregnant women who smoke. Read more