Science & Research

Engineering showcase displays freshmen’s first inventions

By Chloe Rehfield -

Binghamton University’s Engineering Design Division, a program at BU designed to help engineering students transition from high school to college with two hands-on projects, hosted its fifth annual Arduino Expo.

Lockheed Martin engineers talk career options

By Michelle Kraidman -

During Wednesday night’s “Tech Talk,” which was hosted by the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), speakers centered their presentations on systems engineering, which is an interdisciplinary field that requires a general knowledge of all sectors of engineering. Systems engineers focus...

Binghamton University Researchers work to protect pilots, improve cockpits

By Alexis Hatcher -

Even at 40,000 feet, pilots can succumb to distractions. But Binghamton University researchers are trying to make the cockpit a safer place. Chemistry professors Wayne Jones and William Bernier collaborated with Kenneth Skorenko, a chemistry graduate student, to create more...

Mobile app lets Downtown residents tap into police records

By Pelle Waldron -

Binghamton University students can now feel safer Downtown by simply checking their phones. The Broome County Sheriff’s department, in conjunction with Appriss, Inc., has released an app called MobilePatrol that lists inmates of the Broome County Jail, sex offenders in...

Politicians, educators break ground on Binghamton High Tech Incubator

By Joseph Hawthorne -

United States Sen. Charles Schumer, among dozens of politicians and other guests, presided over the start of construction on the Southern Tier High Technology Incubator, a facility that will partner private companies with nearby colleges and universities.

Johnson City pharmacy school set to open in 2018

By Nicolas Vega -

According to Stenger, the school will be integrated into the University’s START-UP NY framework and will pursue solutions for global health problems while continuing to support local, regional and statewide economic growth.