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Science & Research

With New York City data, study analyzes police-community relations

By Emilie Leroy -

Whether in New York City or Binghamton, urban residents have continued to worry about harassment and discrimination by local law enforcement. Saturday morning, researchers from both cities came together at the University Downtown Center to discuss their findings and solutions...

Local doctor offers glimpse into careers in medicine

By Gabriella Weick -

For those looking to go into the field of healthcare, the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development hosted a local physician to give insight into the road to working in a hospital, as a doctor or beyond. Thomas Martin,...

Fighting sleep deprivation, students code for 36 hours at HackBU hackathon

By Alexandra Mackof -

Hundreds of students stayed up late Friday and Saturday night, eating snacks and chugging caffeinated drinks. These night owls weren’t cramming for a test; they were competing in the second annual HackBU hackathon. The event attracted 253 participants on 34 different...

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.