Faculty Video

Archaeology as a force for social change

Archaeology as a force for social change

Published Jun 6, 2022

Binghamton anthropologist Elizabeth DiGangi explains how bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology can help inform our understanding of the past and the present. Watch video

Building a resilient power grid

Building a resilient power grid

Published Feb 2, 2022

Engineer Ning Zhou of Binghamton University talks about building a smarter and more resilient power grid. Watch video

Addressing stigma and opioid use disorder

Addressing stigma and opioid use disorder

Published Jan 26, 2022

William Eggleston of Binghamton University discusses the stigmas associated with opioid use disorder and their impact on the opioid crisis. Watch video

Chemist discusses sensors’ potential

Chemist discusses sensors’ potential

Published Aug 23, 2010

Binghamton’s Omowunmi Sadik describes her research, including using sensors in the early detection of cancer. Watch video

Think like an attacker

Think like an attacker

Published Jul 19, 2010

Binghamton’s Scott Craver talks about his research in information hiding and information security. Watch video

Nina Versaggi on the work done by the Public Archaeology Facility

Nina Versaggi on the work done by the Public Archaeology Facility

Published Dec 3, 2009

Researchers at Binghamton University's Public Archaeology Facility (PAF) are rewriting some of the most widely accepted theories about prehistoric life in New York state. Watch video

Chemist Omowunmi Sadik discusses her research in sensors

Chemist Omowunmi Sadik discusses her research in sensors

Published Dec 3, 2009

Omowunmi Sadik has discovered many things in life, perhaps none more important than the value of challenging traditional perspectives in order to find new solutions to old problems. Watch video