Serving the world, one tooth at a time
Dec02

Serving the world, one tooth at a time

Miguel Roque, a senior biology major at Binghamton University, is passionate about research. But a chance encounter with the organization Medicine Education and Development for Low Income Families Everywhere, or MEDLIFE, took him all the way to Ecuador – and a future career in dentistry. Introduced to the nonprofit through Binghamton’s biology department, Roque was instantly interested – so interested in fact that he headed up the...

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New research shows correlation between online shopping and keeping up with the Joneses
Nov23

New research shows correlation between online shopping and keeping up with the Joneses

Just in time for Cyber Monday. Online retailers have long wondered if trumpeting consumer-behavior statistics on their websites could hurt business. New findings from Qi Wang, an associate professor of marketing at Binghamton University, should ease their fears. Wang studied the effects of user comments and sales statistics that accompany products offered on e-commerce sites. While the impact of positive and negative feedback has been...

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Building Green
Nov18

Building Green

Our new Engineering and Science Building at Binghamton University was officially opened earlier this week! The $66 million, two-story glass, metal and stone building will accommodate the expansion of the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science. Adding about 125,000 square feet to Binghamton’s Innovative Technologies Complex (ITC), the new building features state-of-the-art, flexible student and research laboratory...

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