Science & Research

Binghamton University professor looks to revolutionize biological solar power

By Kanchi Chandwani -

Two Binghamton University professors are taking the next step in making solar cells a more widespread electricity source. Seokheun Choi, a BU engineering professor, worked with Gretchen Mahler, a graduate program director and assistant professor in the department of biomedical...

To keep urban space healthy, alumna stresses going green

By Habin Kwak -

The conservancy, attempting to preserve ecological systems in New York City, is currently pursuing a number of projects studying biodiversity and the reinstatement of coastal dunes following the aftermath of recent natural disasters.

In Southern Tier, a fresh look at sustainable projects

By Chloe Rehfield -

The panel of speakers addressed recent improvements throughout the Southern Tier at the SUNY BEST (Business and Education Cooperative of the Southern Tier) event, “Inspiring Energy Initiatives: The Public and Nonprofit Sectors.”

Rust not a must: professor’s research seeks to harness oxidation

By Habin Kwak -

Engineers and architects have long faced the challenge of the inevitable onset of oxidation — the interaction between chemical compounds and oxygen that is directly responsible for the rusting of metals. One professor at Binghamton University, however, has recently uncovered...

TEDxBinghamton will give one student a chance to take the stage

By Zach Wingate -

Binghamton University students have seen Bitcoin developers, award-winning writers and feminist bloggers speak at TEDx Binghamton. But this year, one of BU’s own will take the stage and try to open the minds of his or her peers. Technology, Entertainment,...

School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences finds its Dean

By Gabriella Weick -

Meredith is currently the dean of the College of Pharmacy and a professor of pharmaceutical sciences at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago, where she has been a researcher since 2002.