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Bacteria may link stress, heart attacks

Bacteria may link stress, heart attacks

Published Jun 18, 2014

Scientists at Binghamton University have found a link between stress hormones and bacteria that may explain how emotional shock or over-exertion can trigger heart attacks. Read more

Nanoparticle could identify heart attack risk

Nanoparticle could identify heart attack risk

Published Aug 29, 2013

A Binghamton researcher hopes to take the guesswork out of assessing atherosclerosis, commonly known as hardening of the arteries. Read more

Engineer seizes potential of lab-on-a-chip

Engineer seizes potential of lab-on-a-chip

Published Oct 9, 2012

With a single inexpensive, disposable lab-on-a-chip, Binghamton researcher David Klotzkin says it may be possible to conduct — in the field — tests that, not so long ago, had to be conducted individually in a laboratory. Read more

Machine learning may improve medicine

Machine learning may improve medicine

Published Jul 23, 2012

Bioengineer Daniel E. Margolis hopes to develop computer programs that will aid doctors in making decisions about diagnosis and treatment. Read more

The unfiltered truth

The unfiltered truth

Published May 1, 2012

Binghamton's Geraldine Britton pairs clinical experience with research to craft interventions that may reduce the percentage of pregnant women who smoke. Read more

Researcher examines effects of nanoparticle exposure

Researcher examines effects of nanoparticle exposure

Published Mar 27, 2012

Nanoparticles, even in very small quantities, may have a big impact on our health, Binghamton's Gretchen Mahler has found. Read more

New facility a boon for neuroscientists

New facility a boon for neuroscientists

Published Jan 30, 2012

The new Science 5 facility reflects the growth of Binghamton's behavioral neuroscience program, which integrates the techniques of biology with experimental psychology. Read more