Binghamton graduate programs rank well nationally. Two recent national studies point to this young University’s success in building its research and graduate programs. Full Story →
Tiny biosensors, developed by Binghamton University professor of chemistry Omowunmi "Wunmi" Sadik, will help keep food safe.
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Binghamton University teams with two more universities and 15 companies to launch a collaborative research center dedicated to "greener electronics." Full Story →
Binghamton University's new $66 million Engineering and Science Building boasts state-of-the-art laboratory space as well as suites for business start-ups and offices. Full Story →
The new Computer-Aided Engineering Instructional Laboratory, equipped by a $25.9 million software gift, offers students experience with software used in industry today. Full Story →
The Civil War took over 100,000 more lives than previously estimated, according to a new analysis of census data by Binghamton University historian J. David Hacker. Full Story →
We are capable of judging urban neighborhood safety just by looking at physical structures, say Binghamton University researchers Dan O’Brien and David Sloan Wilson. Full Story →
The Analytical and Diagnostics Laboratory (ADL) houses microscopes powerful enough to analyze down to the first few atomic layers of materials. Full Story →
Binghamton research on the map: See where Binghamton scholars are making their mark around the world.
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Fresh, dynamic research is a vital component of graduate studies. At Binghamton University, students work in facilities and with faculty to propel that research forward.
The University's state-of-the art learning spaces serve students from all disciplines. Four libraries house over 5 million books, 81,000 journals, and multiple rare and special collections. The Innovative Technology Complex features state-of-the-art biology and engineering laboratories, while the Decker School of Nursing's Innovative Practice Center includes a hi-tech Sim Baby for sophisticated healthcare training. The leading-edge Zurack Trading Facility gives School of Management students highly sought hands-on experience. Twenty-six specialized research centers unite University researchers across the disciplines, and with entrepreneurship and innovation partnerships, faculty move ideas from the laboratory to the marketplace.
Even more importantly, Binghamton University professors are top scholars in their subjects. Nearly all of them—93 percent—hold the highest degree offered in their field. They include a Pulitzer Prize winner, a National Book Award winner, and numerous Fulbright, Ford and Guggenheim scholars. They are published experts on everything from the Victorian novel to nanocircuitry. And Binghamton University faculty work alongside their students; they not only offer their expertise, but often become valued mentors and friends as graduate students progress through their degrees.