Binghamton University receives $12.8 million for innovative energy research

President Harvey Stenger, right, and Vice President for Research Bahgat Sammakia, left, field questions from the media at the announcement of a $12.8 million federal grant from the Department of Energy for Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Materials Science M. Stanley Whittingham to continue his pathbreaking energy storage research.
Photo by Jonathan King

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