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Flexing its research muscles

BU takes a new approach to lab design and management

--2007 MAY 14
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Flexing its research muscles

All work, no play? Bad idea!

Traditionally, work and fun have been seen as opposite ends of the spectrum of human activity. But Binghamton University researchers are proving the two might just belong in the very same cubicle.

--2006 MAR 14
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All work, no play? Bad idea!

Child pornographers meet their match

Child pornographers will soon have a harder time escaping prosecution thanks to a stunning new technology developed by Binghamton University researchers

--2006 MAR 8
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Child pornographers meet their match

The secret language of taste: Cracking the code that helps you differentiate a candy bar from a potato chip

Liver. Limburger cheese. Caviar. Chili peppers. Blood pudding. Some things in life are undoubtedly acquired tastes. But for primary taste sensations-sweet, sour, bitter and salty- we don't need experience at all. Even a newborn can taste the difference between sugar and salt. Still, the brain activity behind the sense of taste is complex, and scientists don't entirely know how it works.

--2006 FEB 14
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The secret language of taste: Cracking the code that helps you differentiate a candy bar from a potato chip

Where on Earth is life's oldest-known life form: Planet is salted with clues

Binghamton University research offers new insights and the hope of resolving a raging multidisciplinary controversy over the planet's oldest known life-form.

--2006 FEB 8
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Where on Earth is life's oldest-known life form: Planet is salted with clues

From homeland security to Hollywood: Computer scientist's work on facial modeling promises more accurate identification, more lifelike simulation

Lijun Yin's research might someday make it easier to pick out a terrorist in a crowd, put Tom Cruise's face on a stunt man's shoulders, hold a videoconference over a low-bandwidth connection or use a computer without touching a keyboard or mouse. With his graduate students in Binghamton University's Graphics and Image Computing Laboratory, Yin is working on facial modeling techniques that could lead to advances in all those areas. The two-year project is supported by a $100,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.

--2006 FEB 7
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From homeland security to Hollywood: Computer scientist's work on facial modeling promises more accurate identification, more lifelike simulation

From Crafty Clothes to Clever Lighting: Binghamton University researchers are on a roll

Binghamton University's Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing, will be the first basic research and development facility for roll-to-roll (R2R) electronics manufacturing in the world. By the middle of 2006, a new research and prototype manufacturing line, comprising cutting-edge equipment never before used anywhere in the world, will likely be up and running in modular clean rooms at the CAMM laboratories at Endicott Interconnect Technologies in Endicott, N.Y..

--2005 NOV 23
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From Crafty Clothes to Clever Lighting: Binghamton University researchers are on a roll
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Latest Episodes

Flexing its research muscles

BU takes a new approach to lab design and management

--2007 MAY 14
Comments
Flexing its research muscles

All work, no play? Bad idea!

Traditionally, work and fun have been seen as opposite ends of the spectrum of human activity. But Binghamton University researchers are proving the two might just belong in the very same cubicle.

--2006 MAR 14
Comments
All work, no play? Bad idea!

Child pornographers meet their match

Child pornographers will soon have a harder time escaping prosecution thanks to a stunning new technology developed by Binghamton University researchers

--2006 MAR 8
Comments
Child pornographers meet their match

The secret language of taste: Cracking the code that helps you differentiate a candy bar from a potato chip

Liver. Limburger cheese. Caviar. Chili peppers. Blood pudding. Some things in life are undoubtedly acquired tastes. But for primary taste sensations-sweet, sour, bitter and salty- we don't need experience at all. Even a newborn can taste the difference between sugar and salt. Still, the brain activity behind the sense of taste is complex, and scientists don't entirely know how it works.

--2006 FEB 14
Comments
The secret language of taste: Cracking the code that helps you differentiate a candy bar from a potato chip

Where on Earth is life's oldest-known life form: Planet is salted with clues

Binghamton University research offers new insights and the hope of resolving a raging multidisciplinary controversy over the planet's oldest known life-form.

--2006 FEB 8
Comments
Where on Earth is life's oldest-known life form: Planet is salted with clues

From homeland security to Hollywood: Computer scientist's work on facial modeling promises more accurate identification, more lifelike simulation

Lijun Yin's research might someday make it easier to pick out a terrorist in a crowd, put Tom Cruise's face on a stunt man's shoulders, hold a videoconference over a low-bandwidth connection or use a computer without touching a keyboard or mouse. With his graduate students in Binghamton University's Graphics and Image Computing Laboratory, Yin is working on facial modeling techniques that could lead to advances in all those areas. The two-year project is supported by a $100,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.

--2006 FEB 7
Comments
From homeland security to Hollywood: Computer scientist's work on facial modeling promises more accurate identification, more lifelike simulation

From Crafty Clothes to Clever Lighting: Binghamton University researchers are on a roll

Binghamton University's Center for Advanced Microelectronics Manufacturing, will be the first basic research and development facility for roll-to-roll (R2R) electronics manufacturing in the world. By the middle of 2006, a new research and prototype manufacturing line, comprising cutting-edge equipment never before used anywhere in the world, will likely be up and running in modular clean rooms at the CAMM laboratories at Endicott Interconnect Technologies in Endicott, N.Y..

--2005 NOV 23
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From Crafty Clothes to Clever Lighting: Binghamton University researchers are on a roll
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