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The mission of the Division of Research is to promote and support the research and scholarly activities of the Binghamton University community, and to foster an environment that encourages innovation and entrepreneurship.
Binghamton had expenditures of $31.7 million in 2013-14, with more than 61 percent coming from federal, peer-reviewed grants.
Binghamton’s Start-Up New York plan, one of the first to win approval, has already led to the creation of 83 jobs at five companies.
The Southern Tier High-Technology Incubator
Discover-e and Binghamton Research have won recognition from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, SUNY Council for University Advancement and the Communications Association of the Southern Tier.
Government Relations links Binghamton University with the community, elected officials, agencies and departments at all levels.
Fossil find highlighted in journal ScienceBinghamton anthropologist contributed to study
New NSF grant to advance solar energyEngineer aims to create alternative solar cells
Cancer drug research gets boostTargeting cancer without affecting healthy cells
Parkinson's treatment could be more effectiveUndergraduates publish findings in UCLA journal
Start, expand or relocate your business in partnership with Binghamton University.
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Last Updated: 2/20/18