2021 Art of Science
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2021 Art of Science

Published On Apr 28, 2021

Binghamton University’s 2021 Art of Science competition features beautiful images by members of the campus community engaged in research. Watch video

Research Days returns April 26-30
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Research Days returns April 26-30

By Tykeem Banini On Apr 20, 2021

Taking place April 26-April 30 this year, Research Days showcases the research of Binghamton University students and faculty across all fields of study. Read more

360 Tour of Binghamton’s Data Center Research Lab
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360 Tour of Binghamton’s Data Center Research Lab

By On Mar 10, 2021

The Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems, or ES2, partners with government, industry and academia to develop methods for efficiently operating electronic systems, including data centers, by controlling resources and managing workloads to optimize energy consumption. Watch video

Research inspires future nurse’s career
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Research inspires future nurse’s career

By Hannah Maria Hayes On 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
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Biologist blends studies in ecology and evolution

By Hannah Maria Hayes On Mar 3, 2021

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

Binghamton-Lockheed team takes top prize in DoD contest
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Binghamton-Lockheed team takes top prize in DoD contest

By Research Advancement On Dec 24, 2020

Participants in the contest were challenged to create a 3D printed object to demonstrate how additive manufacturing can be used to create electronics. Read more

Cooperation is key to addressing climate change
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Cooperation is key to addressing climate change

By Rachel Coker On Dec 21, 2020

Climate change is our most complicated global pollution challenge, and cooperation is the key to solving it, according to a new book from economist Zili Yang. Read more