Students

Study may aid in early Alzheimer’s diagnosis

Study may aid in early Alzheimer’s diagnosis

Published Oct 28, 2019

A Binghamton graduate student has found new ways for doctors to detect Alzheimer’s before symptoms set in. Read more

Drone research may benefit farmers

Drone research may benefit farmers

Published Oct 21, 2019

Binghamton undergraduate Samantha Wong uses drones to check crop stress, working with farmers to identify problems before plants cannot recover. Read more

Chemist focuses on battery safety

Chemist focuses on battery safety

Published Jul 29, 2019

Binghamton graduate student Carrie Kaplan is part of Battery 500, a project aimed at developing next-generation batteries with higher energy capacity. Read more

Amphibians’ hormones may hold answers to population decline

Amphibians’ hormones may hold answers to population decline

Published Jul 22, 2019

Binghamton biologist Grascen Shidemantle recently received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Read more

Depression researcher focuses on babies

Depression researcher focuses on babies

Published Jun 5, 2019

Binghamton's Claire Foster recently received a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to support her studies at the Mood Disorder Institute. Read more

Ancient seawater may yield climate change insights

Ancient seawater may yield climate change insights

Published Jan 9, 2019

Mebrahtu Weldeghebriel, Binghamton's first student from Eritrea, studies the chemistry of ancient seawater. Read more

Historian explores evolution of sex ed

Historian explores evolution of sex ed

Published Dec 10, 2018

Binghamton graduate student Julia Devin sees links among race, immigration, sexual education in the 1920s. Read more