Speakers

TEDx directors encourage students to 'Stray the Course'

This year’s conference will include talks from Ben “Unidan” Eisenkop, Hannah Fry, Jeff Garzik, Anna Holmes, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Gabriel Sayegh and Sebastian Walker, with a performance from the Binghamton Crosbys. ...


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Watson doctoral student wins New Faces of Engineering Award

Doctoral student in the Watson School of Engineering and research assistant at Mayo Clinic, Tarun Mohan Lal recently received the New Faces of Engineering Award. DiscoverE’s New Faces of Engineering Awards aims...


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Binghamton University receives $800,000 in grant money from NYSEG

The grant presentation was held Wednesday in the lobby of the Engineering and Science Building at the Innovative Technologies Complex (ITC). BU President Harvey Stenger was on hand to receive the checks ...


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Hydrofracking may not create jobs in United States

Amid ongoing debate regarding the economic benefits gas drilling could bring to New York state, Jannette M. Barth, Ph.D., delved into the often exaggerated realities of a potentially destructive industry. ...


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Teens at risk for alcohol abuse

Research being conducted in Binghamton University professor and researcher Linda Spear’s lab may allow people to further understand the damage caused by drinking as an adolescent. ...


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Professor connects allele with different flower colors

Jay Sobel, an evolutionary geneticist who joined Binghamton University’s biological sciences department this year, was this week’s speaker for Biology 451: Current Topics in EvoS. “I am fascinated by why there are...


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Binghamton University professor finds superconductor

Aleksey Kolmogorov, an assistant physics professor at Binghamton University, spent more than three years using computer algorithms to find stable element compounds that can be synthesized into superconductors. ...


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Professor explores heart attack prevention

Amber Doiron, an assistant professor of bioengineering at BU, received a grant for over $400,000 from the National Institutes of Health for the development of new detection methods for atherosclerosis. ...


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Study reveals subtle prejudice against same-sex parents

American support for same-sex marriage continues to rise, yet a recent study conducted by Binghamton University professors shows that prejudice against gay and lesbian parents persists. ...