'Whiz-bang' innovations on display at Binghamton University
An electronic “nose,” the world’s smallest directional microphone, the world’s largest online election results database, innovations in laser technology, advances in robotics, and medical and assisted-living devices. These and other exciting exhibits will be part of the Synervations Expo, an exposition of interactive displays, working prototypes, new technologies and innovative applications, processes and materials to be held from 4:15 p.m. to 6 p.m., Wednesday, March 23, in the main corridor of the Lecture Hall facility at Binghamton University.
The exposition, which is being held in conjunction with Destination Discovery '05, a major research symposium, will be open to the broader campus and Greater Binghamton community.
Those interested in attending the event can call 607-777-4791 to reserve tickets, which are $6 a piece to the general public and $3 with a University ID. Reserved tickets will be available for pick up at the door.
Full pre-registration is necessary to attend the research symposium, which is scheduled for March 23 and March 24.
For more information on either event or to register for the symposium, visit http:\research.binghamton.edusymposium. Limited booth space is still available and can be reserved online or by calling 607-777-4791.