Videos

Brain prints reveal children’s reading difficulties

Brain prints reveal children’s reading difficulties

Published Mar 2, 2017

A Binghamton neuroscientist and her team are developing a test to diagnose reading difficulties early on. Watch video

Study: Hypertension may vary across ethnicities

Study: Hypertension may vary across ethnicities

Published Jul 29, 2016

Binghamton researcher Gary D. James studies blood pressure variations and how they influence the development of hypertension. Watch video

Brainprint: the new biometric

Brainprint: the new biometric

Published Dec 9, 2015

New technology developed by Binghamton researchers Sarah Laszlo and Zhanpeng Jin delivers stunning results: the ability to identify human beings through brain scans. Watch video

Fossils reveal clues about early humans’ hearing

Fossils reveal clues about early humans’ hearing

Published Sep 28, 2015

Binghamton’s Rolf Quam led an international team in reconstructing an aspect of sensory perception in fossils from 2 million years ago found in South Africa. Watch video

Printing the future

Printing the future

Published Aug 12, 2015

Biomedical engineering student Kyle Reeser talks about using 3D printing techniques to create human skin. Watch video

Building better batteries

Building better batteries

Published Dec 5, 2014

The NorthEast Center for Chemical Energy Storage, based at Binghamton, conducts basic research in the design of next-generation lithium-ion batteries. Read more

New facility for Center of Excellence

New facility for Center of Excellence

Published Oct 22, 2014

Binghamton’s Center of Excellence finally has a facility worthy of its name. See three years of construction in just two minutes in this time-lapse video. Read more