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Researchers stretch understanding of skin's limits

2016-09-22

BINGHAMTON, NY – Researchers at Binghamton University, State University of New York have developed a method to measure the limit to which human skin can be stretched, which could lead to a new means to grow skin.

Binghamton University faculty wins award for most outstanding book on education history

2016-09-16

BINGHAMTON, NY – Adam Laats, associate professor of education at Binghamton University, will be presented with The History of Education Society’s (HES) Outstanding Book Award, which recognizes what is judged to be the most outstanding book on the history of education published during the previous year. For his work, The Other School Reformers: Conservative Activism in American Education (University Press, 2015), Laats will be honored at the HES meeting in Providence, R.I., in November.

Binghamton University speaker series to address American political climate and presidential election

2016-09-08

BINGHAMTON, NY - A panel of three Binghamton University alumni – all of whom are political experts frequently quoted by national news media – will discuss "Our political system on life support" at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Watters Theater, on campus. The event is part of the speaker series TIER Talks (Talks that Inspire, Educate and Resonate), presented by M&T Bank and the Binghamton University Alumni Association, and is a signature event for Homecoming 2016. This event is free and open to the public.

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