Students

Parkinson’s treatment could be more effective, student finds

Parkinson’s treatment could be more effective, student finds

Published Jan 3, 2018

Binghamton University senior Lakshmi Hareendran and her colleagues recently uncovered evidence that the current treatment for Parkinson’s disease may not be as effective as it could be. Read more

Undergrad stretches possibilities of flexible electronics

Undergrad stretches possibilities of flexible electronics

Published Dec 18, 2017

Peter Tomlinson started conducting research as a freshman on novel materials. Read more

Sophomore develops virtual “eye” for blind

Sophomore develops virtual “eye” for blind

Published Nov 8, 2017

Wearable device could help people with visual impairments navigate their environments. Read more

Undergrad links art, science

Undergrad links art, science

Published Aug 21, 2017

Benjamin Mclauchlin explores art’s influence on people's perception of scientific research. Read more

Researcher focuses on alcohol’s effect on immune system

Researcher focuses on alcohol’s effect on immune system

Published Aug 9, 2017

Binghamton undergraduate Jamie Mondello wants to see if an environmental cue associated with intoxication could alter the immune response. Read more

Biologist investigates antibiotics in environment

Biologist investigates antibiotics in environment

Published Jul 27, 2017

Binghamton undergraduate Matthew Wersebe studies antibiotics' effects on wetland ecosystems. Read more

Research highlights risk of Lyme disease

Research highlights risk of Lyme disease

Published Jun 13, 2017

Binghamton junior Rani Schoenhaus hopes her work will contribute to awareness about tick-borne disease. Read more