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Binghamton battery project wins $500,000; will compete for $100M

Binghamton battery project wins $500,000; will compete for $100M

Published Dec 14, 2021

Binghamton University’s New Energy NY Project aims to transform the Southern Tier into an energy technology hub. 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

Research Days returns April 26-30

Research Days returns April 26-30

Published Apr 20, 2021

Taking place April 26-April 30 this year, Research Days showcases the research of Binghamton University students and faculty across all fields of study. Read more

Binghamton-Lockheed team takes top prize in DoD contest

Binghamton-Lockheed team takes top prize in DoD contest

Published Dec 24, 2020

Participants in the contest were challenged to create a 3D printed object to demonstrate how additive manufacturing can be used to create electronics. 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

NIH-funded work may lead to cancer treatments

NIH-funded work may lead to cancer treatments

Published Nov 23, 2020

A Binghamton chemist’s research has led to the creation of compounds that may fight cancers currently treatable only by radiation therapies. Read more