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'RACE Museum Exhibit' addresses racial disparities, whiteness

In an effort to educate others about racial disparities and whiteness, roughly 40 Binghamton University students presented their projects on racial consciousness at the third annual RACE Museum Exhibit on Tuesday afternoon...


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NYPIRG hosts water quality forum at Binghamton University

In 2017, Binghamton’s water system served 1,263,688,404 gallons of water to 44,564 people, according to the city’s official website. Now, students are starting discussions on whether this water is as clean as...


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Students present research, projects at the Freshman Research Immersion program's poster session

Presenting research on topics ranging from algae to earthquakes, approximately 500 underclassmen showcased their work on Wednesday night as part of the Freshman Research Immersion (FRI) program at Binghamton University. Freshmen and...


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CCPA graduate students exhibit research at showcase

Graduate students from the College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA) gathered at the Binghamton University Downtown Center on Tuesday morning to exhibit their research in the school’s fall showcase. The showcase,...


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BU researchers study genes of champion racehorse Seabiscuit

Once used to hold cigarettes and matches, a pair of silvered hooves from Seabiscuit are now being used at Binghamton University to research the genes of the champion racehorse. Seabiscuit raced during...


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Annual TIER Talks addresses the effects of climate change, how to reduce global warming

Three climate change experts and Binghamton University alumni gathered on Saturday to give a talk on localizing environmental impact and educating on the effects of global warming. The Binghamton Alumni Association hosted...


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BU partners with NextFlex, becomes first center for increased production in New York

Binghamton University will be the first NextFlex node in New York for the company’s flexible hybrid electronics initiative. During a daylong symposium at the Innovative Technologies Complex (ITC), Malcolm Thompson, executive director...


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Library exhibition highlights benefits, uses of infographics in research

The hometowns of Binghamton University students, the population of Broome County and the frequency of calls to Harpur’s Ferry all have something in common — they’re all data, and they can all...


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Binghamton University's first corpse flower declared deceased

After 11 years of pollinations, dormancies and inflorescences, Binghamton University’s first corpse flower, Metis, was declared deceased in April. The once 90-pound, 87-inch flower was dormant in 2016 and eventually became overrun...


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Annual Edgar W. Couper lecture highlights mixed methods

Each year, the Edgar W. Couper Endowment Fund for Educational Excellence brings one distinguished scientist to speak at Binghamton University. On Friday, the fund brought Anthony Onwuegbuzie, the former president of the...