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Faculty research

Smart energy projects span many disciplines



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Project curbs an appetite for energy

Cool ideas for keeping data centers running smoothly



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Capturing the sun

Researchers seek safer, cheaper solar technologies



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CAMM gives shape to new ideas

This is where the future begins



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Jobs and tuition

Some highlights of the NYSUNY 2020 plan



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Smart Energy Research and Development Facility

Some details about the planned new building



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Smart Energy Research and Development Facility

Some details about the planned new building

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Cost: $70 million. Half comes from Gov. Andrew Cuomo and SUNY, and half from Binghamton University.

Projected opening: Fall 2017

Location: Innovative Technologies Complex

Uses: Academic and research space for energy-related disciplines and incubation space for start-up businesses.

Collaboration with industry partners such as BAE Systems, General Electric and Endicott Interconnect will increase faculty access to federal, industrial and philanthropic grants and support new public/private sector energy partnerships, products and jobs.