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Face recognition software could detect pain in patients

A Binghamton University professor is trying to develop software that can discern emotion in human facial expression. ...


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Scientist lectures on negative impacts of local fracking

Brady Porter, an associate professor from Duquesne University, concluded NYPIRG's lecture series on hydraulic fracturing Thursday. ...


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Cuomo receives anti-fracking petition that's 10,000 strong

NYPIRG collected 10,000 signatures for a petition seeking greater protection of drinking water from possible pollution caused by hydraulic fracturing. ...


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Holocaust survivor inspires campus

More than 100 members of the Binghamton University community assembled in the Fine Arts Building Sunday to hear Stephen Berger, a survivor of the Holocaust, talk about his experiences. ...


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Twin River Commons housing breaks ground downtown

The Newman Development Group broke ground last week on a new student housing project in Downtown Binghamton. The privately developed, $12 million housing project will be located on Washington Street next to ...


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BU could receive $35 million in funding as part of NYSUNY 2020

Binghamton University President C. Peter Magrath held a press conference Monday afternoon in front of the Science V construction Monday to discuss the grant program announced earlier that day by Gov. Andrew ...


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MAP: Celebrations across the country

Students at Binghamton University weren't the only ones to celebrate the death of Osama bin Laden.  ...


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Police Watch: May 3, 2011

SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 10:30 a.m. — A maintenance worker in College-in-the-Woods’ Seneca Hall reported to University Police that an unidentified person had set off a fire extinguisher in the building, said Investigator...


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Local auditions for Cowell's "X Factor" held at Events Center

Auditions for "X Factor," a show created by Simon Cowell, came to Binghamton University on Saturday, April 30, bringing one person a step closer to fulfilling dreams of a music career. ...


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Interim Athletic Director Jim Norris to retire after Fall 2011 semester

After nearly two years spent rebuilding a program in upheaval, Binghamton University Interim Athletic Director Jim Norris announced today that he plans to retire at the end of the fall 2011 semester. ...