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Study: Businesses can't afford to ignore the human element of IT


BINGHAMTON, NY - Mood and personality play an important role in how companies should manage their IT systems, according to a new study co-authored by a researcher at Binghamton University, State University of New York.

Binghamton University receives grant to improve rural community health care


The Decker School of Nursing received a $350,000 grant that will fully fund the traineeship of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) students at Binghamton University. The project aims to place nurses into rural and underserved populations at a faster rate.

New research shows men more aggressive on dating sites, women more self-conscious


BINGHAMTON, NY – When it comes to messaging users on dating websites, men tend to be more aggressive and contact users they are interested in, whereas women tend to be more conscious of their own attractiveness to other users, according to new research.

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