Binghamton University Awarded with NSF Research Grant for Data Technology Study
Sep02

Binghamton University Awarded with NSF Research Grant for Data Technology Study

From Dropbox to iCloud to Drive, people are using cloud storage services and apps to stock away their pictures, documents and media every day. We all want to be sure we have a back-up of the pictures or video from that special day, or our class notes and work assignments just in case our home computer breaks down. But did we ever think of what is done within the cloud and our big data resources to ensure our data is being kept safe...

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REVIEW: President Obama Visits Binghamton University and the University at Buffalo
Aug26
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President Barack Obama Visits Binghamton University and The University at Buffalo
Aug20

President Barack Obama Visits Binghamton University and The University at Buffalo

President Obama is this week embarking on a bus tour to spread his message of “A Better Bargain for the Middle Class.” SUNY’s own University at Buffalo and Binghamton University will be among several stops he makes across New York and Pennsylvania. His decision to bring a message of economic revitalization and academic excellence to New York is a perfect fit given the recent achievements and ongoing commitments that SUNY has made in...

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Binghamton University Research on Dyslexia the Largest and Longest of its Kind
Aug05

Binghamton University Research on Dyslexia the Largest and Longest of its Kind

Chances are that you know somebody affected by dyslexia; the disorder affects an estimated 5-10 percent of the population, commonly affecting the afflicted with symptoms that make it hard to decipher, interpret, and communicate through written language. Binghamton University Neuroscientist Dr. Sarah Laszlo wants to understand what’s going on in children’s brains when they’re reading. Dr. Laszlo and her team of researchers may untangle...

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“SUNY Family” Earns 16 Degrees, Attends 11 SUNY Campuses
Jul15

“SUNY Family” Earns 16 Degrees, Attends 11 SUNY Campuses

Two weeks ago, this fantastic display of SUNY pride was tweeted and gained a lot of attention. We at SUNY love to see the “family tree” of SUNY schools that begins to develop in families across New York State, so we reached out to the family to learn more about the photo. As Katie Weber (SUNY Ulster, Stony Brook) explains, it was a bittersweet occasion: To fully appreciate this picture, you need to know a little bit about...

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Update: Corpse Flower Blooms for a Healthy 48 Hours at Binghamton University
Jun26

Update: Corpse Flower Blooms for a Healthy 48 Hours at Binghamton University

Posted June 20th: Believed to be the largest unbranched inflorescence in the world, the Amorphophallus Titanum, or “corpse flower” is set to be in full bloom later this evening (June 20th) or tomorrow (June 21st) at the Heier Teaching and Research Greenhouse, at Binghamton University. The flower, which emits a strong odor when in bloom is already standing tall at 73 inches! Don’t miss your chance to see this amazing flower in full...

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Corpse Flower Set to Bloom at Binghamton University
Jun20

Corpse Flower Set to Bloom at Binghamton University

Believed to be the largest unbranched inflorescence in the world, the Amorphophallus Titanum, or “corpse flower” is set to be in full bloom later this evening (June 20th) or tomorrow (June 21st) at the Heier Teaching and Research Greenhouse, at Binghamton University. The flower, which emits a strong odor when in bloom is already standing tall at 73 inches! Don’t miss your chance to see this amazing flower in full...

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Research: Personalized Heating System Helps with Weight Loss
May20

Research: Personalized Heating System Helps with Weight Loss

Ken McLeod, professor of bioengineering at Binghamton University, has made a practice of thinking outside the box.  Most recently he’s put his innovative mindset on the problem of obesity—using a heater. McLeod started researching body weight when his wife, a superintendent of schools, was mandated with providing obesity reports on students based on body mass index, including the entire football squad. McLeod came to the conclusion...

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