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Binghamton earns ‘very high research’ status

Binghamton earns ‘very high research’ status

Published Apr 2, 2019

Binghamton can now count itself among the 131 elite U.S. universities that have achieved the “very high research” classification by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. Read more

Campus research celebration begins April 8

Campus research celebration begins April 8

Published Apr 2, 2019

Research Days will run from April 8-13 this year as the Binghamton University community celebrates research, scholarship and creative activities. Read more

New research center aims to define future of electronics

New research center aims to define future of electronics

Published Jan 30, 2019

Binghamton and Purdue universities will collaborate on the Center for Heterogeneous Integration Research in Packaging with support from Semiconductor Research Corp. Read more

Binghamton joins Chesapeake research network

Binghamton joins Chesapeake research network

Published Jun 26, 2018

The University becomes the only New York school in the Chesapeake Watershed Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit, which strives to understand and protect the region's natural and cultural resources. Read more

Engineer wins Art of Science contest

Engineer wins Art of Science contest

Published Jun 26, 2018

Congrui Jin, an engineer whose research could one day lead to self-healing concrete, took top honors in Binghamton's 2018 Art of Science competition. Read more

Chemist named to national academy

Chemist named to national academy

Published Feb 9, 2018

Binghamton researcher M. Stanley Whittingham was elected to the National Academy of Engineering for pioneering contributions to battery technologies. Read more

Scientists discover oldest modern human fossil outside of Africa

Scientists discover oldest modern human fossil outside of Africa

Published Jan 25, 2018

A Binghamton anthropologist contributed to the analysis of the fossil, which suggests Homo sapiens left Africa at least 50,000 years earlier than previously thought. Read more