Undergrad creates piece for jazz ensemble
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Undergrad creates piece for jazz ensemble

By Hannah Maria Hayes On Dec 7, 2021

Binghamton senior Julian Cubeiro’s original composition was inspired by a beach he visited in Greece. Read more

Grad student explores commercial potential of her work
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Grad student explores commercial potential of her work

By Hannah Maria Hayes On Nov 17, 2021

Binghamton graduate student Emma-Clementine O. Welsh received a nomination in October to apply for the national level of the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps. Read more

Binghamton faculty net seven CAREER awards
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Binghamton faculty net seven CAREER awards

By Research Advancement On Jun 21, 2021

Seven researchers recently received word that they are recipients of CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation. It's Binghamton's most successful year ever with the NSF program, Read more

Machine learning a source of inspiration
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Machine learning a source of inspiration

By Tykeem Banini On Jun 8, 2021

Binghamton undergraduate Adiel Felsen sees understanding data as the future of helping others. Read more

Fulbright scholar’s studies focus on evolution
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Fulbright scholar’s studies focus on evolution

By Tykeem Banini On Jun 2, 2021

Hagar Soliman, a Fulbright scholar at Binghamton, fell in love with evolutionary biology as an undergraduate at Cairo University.  Read more

Research inspires first-generation student
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Research inspires first-generation student

By Hannah Maria Hayes On 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
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Undergrad studies prenatal methadone exposure

By Hannah Maria Hayes On 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