Students

Research inspires first-generation student

Research inspires first-generation student

Published May 20, 2021

Amanda Sprague-Getsy contributed to a study of biodiversity in urban and rural forested areas during her undergraduate career at Binghamton. Read more

Undergrad studies prenatal methadone exposure

Undergrad studies prenatal methadone exposure

Published May 17, 2021

As an undergrad, Rhea Marfatia orchestrated a study of the long-term effects of prenatal opiate use. That research has now become a line of study in her mentor's lab. Read more

Research inspires future nurse’s career

Research inspires future nurse’s career

Published Mar 10, 2021

Binghamton senior Alyssa Vilda has worked with local children to help them learn about asthma and make decisions about their health. She hopes to work in a pediatric emergency department after graduation. Read more

Biologist blends studies in ecology and evolution

Biologist blends studies in ecology and evolution

Published Mar 3, 2021

Binghamton doctoral student Gabriella Quartuccia recently received a prestigious early-career grant from the American Museum of Natural History. Read more

Undergrads set their sights on space

Undergrads set their sights on space

Published Sep 24, 2020

A team of Binghamton students aims to send a rocket past the Kármán line, the international boundary between Earth's atmosphere and outer space. Read more

Engineer finds inspiration in flexible electronics

Engineer finds inspiration in flexible electronics

Published Jun 22, 2020

Ryan Cadwell made the most of his time at Binghamton University. He took an internship in Germany, co-founded the College Progressives, built a wheelchair for a cat and conducted research in the clean room at Binghamton’s Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing. Read more

Synthetic drug conjugates may lead to better medicine

Synthetic drug conjugates may lead to better medicine

Published Apr 4, 2020

Brittany Brems is only a junior in college, but her research may help scientists develop more effective drugs to treat long-term illnesses. Read more