February 7, 2022
Binghamton retains place on list of elite research institutions
Binghamton University kept its place among the elite schools labeled “R1 — very high research activity” in a new list released by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.

$3.5 million NSF grant funds cybersecurity scholarships
Binghamton students will benefit from the CyberCorps Scholarship for Service program, which is designed to recruit and train the next generation of information technology experts and security managers.

Building a resilient power grid
Engineer Ning Zhou of Binghamton University talks about building a smarter and more resilient power grid.

Addressing stigma and opioid use disorder
William Eggleston of Binghamton University discusses the stigmas associated with opioid use disorder and their impact on the opioid crisis.

Funding to clean up orphaned oil, gas wells is on the way
Two Binghamton University professors have been working to solve the problem of tracking down abandoned wells with newly developed drone technology, Sierra magazine reports. Read more

Friendliness, trustworthiness matter when forming teams 
What gets you selected for a team project may be a surprise. Binghamton leadership expert Cynthia Maupin explains which traits are most sought after in this “Academic Minute” interview with WAMC. Listen

‘Smart Patch’ sensors receive clinical trials
A revolutionary approach to medicine using flexible, wearable electronics being developed at Binghamton University has entered the clinical trial phase, WIVT reports. Watch video