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$ 1.7 Million NYSTAR Award for Binghamton University to Flex Electronics Research Muscle.

Integrated Electronics Engineering Center (IEEC) of the Binghamton University has received the coveted award of $1.7 million from the New York State Office of Science, Technology and Academic Research (NYSTAR) to assist // hastening of the Microelectronics Research in the roll-to-roll format. NY...

Growth in New York Long Term Care Costs Outpacing the Rate of Inflation, According to Annual Genworth Financial Study

...t annually over the past five years. Adult Day Health Care: For adult day health care services, costs range from a median daily rate of $35 in binghamton to $115 in Manhattan and Rochester. In the areas surrounding Manhattan the cost is $75, while it is $45 in Buffalo and $46 in Albany. The daily rate ...

CareTech Solutions Caps Banner Year by Signing Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley Health Network, Tennessee's Covenant Health, and Ohio's Marietta Memorial Hospital to Provide Web Services

...anet and Internet development and hosting using CareWorks CMS (TM). An agreement to serve as Web services provider to binghamton , New York 's United Health Services. CareTech is providing website development, support and hosting using its CareWorks CMS (TM) product, whic...

Unique Scholarship Helps People Affected by Epilepsy Fulfill Life Ambitions

... Beth Brewer University of West Alabama -Steffanie Chamburs Seattle Pacific University -Thomas Ciccone binghamton University -Kaycee Damm Albion College -Jordan De Jong Mitchell College -Christa Desjardins New E...

Halloween Candy: It's Not How Much Kids Eat, It's When

... accidents or injuries. Mary Muscari, associate professor of nursing at binghamton University, State University of New York, and author of Not My Kid 2: Prot...niversity, Philadelphia; Mary Muscari, Ph.D., associate professor, nursing, binghamton University, State University of New York; October 2008, news release, Ameri...

Hooper Holmes Names Richard Whitbeck President of Portamedic Division

...any of New York, as well as a Commercial Programmer at FDP Corporation. Mr. Whitbeck holds a Bachelors of Science from State University of New York at binghamton and is also a Chartered Life Underwriter, Chartered Financial Consultant, Fellow of the Life Office Management Association, and Registered Health Unde...

$1.3M NIH grant to fund Parkinson's disease study

... BINGHAMTON, NY -- A binghamton University researcher will receive $1.33 million from the National Institutes of Health to support Parkinson's research that will focus not only on th...

Taking care of business shouldn't be just for men

...ps with others, and humility are typically attributed to females, but also characterize good entrepreneurship. Turban, along with Vishal Gupta, of binghamton University and Nachiket Bhawe, of the University of Minnesota, asked undergraduate business students to read mock news articles about entrepreneurship...

Intensive Psychotherapy Provides Helping Hand in Borderline Personality Disorder.

...ubstance abuse, or gambling), and intense, uncontrolled rages. In the new study, Mark F. Lenzenweger, distinguished professor of psychology at binghamton University, State University of New York, and colleagues at the Weill College of Medicine, Cornell University, examined three treatments applied to ca...

Abnormalities in Eye Movements and Attention can Predict Schizophrenia

... A binghamton University researcher has established a new framework to help determine whe..., a professor of clinical science, neuroscience and cognitive psychology at binghamton University, State University of New York (SUNY), is the first to have found...
Binghamton in Biological News

Biomedical engineering student recognized as IEEE's 'New Face of Engineering'

...adhavan, 29, is completing his doctoral degree in biomedical engineering at binghamton University, State University of New York. His research is focused toward no... University in 2002 and an MBA in leadership and healthcare management from binghamton in 2007. He has also worked in the medical device industry as a research sc...

Foretelling a major meltdown

...g the meaning of a rare mineral that can be used to track ancient climates, binghamton University geologist Tim Lowenstein is helping climatologists and others be...t 65 million years. What Lowenstein and his colleague Robert Demicco at binghamton University have discovered is that nahcolite, a rare, yellowish-green or br...

Researchers explore altruism's unexpected ally -- selfishness

...he Darwinian struggle for existence. In a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), evolutionary theorists at binghamton University suggest that selfishness might not be such a villain after all. Omar Tonsi Eldakar and David Sloan Wilson propose a novel solution to th...

AIBS to cohost symposium on evolution, disease and human health

... a particular focus on health disparities among populations. David Sloan Wilson, a professor in the departments of Biology and Anthropology at binghamton University, will give a presentation titled Evolution for Everyone: How Darwin's Theory Can Change the Way We Think About Our Lives. Wilson uses evolu...

IGERT fellows to design biodevices using flexible electronics

...ber said. Over the next five years, the IGERT funding will bring a total of between 30 and 40 fellows to Cornell, as well as to program partners SUNY binghamton and the University of Albany/Wadsworth Center. Each IGERT fellow will work on team research projects, which will be based at one of these core institu...

Binghamton University researchers investigate evolving malaria resistance

... Funded by a $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, scientists at binghamton University, State University of New York, hope to understand how the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum evolved resistance to the once-effective m...

The first laugh: New study posits evolutionary origins of two distinct types of laughter

... In an important new study from the forthcoming Quarterly Review of Biology, biologists from binghamton University explore the evolution of two distinct types of laughter ?laughter which is stimulus-driven and laughter which is self-generated and strateg...
Binghamton in Biological Technology

UCB Scholarship Program Awards $300,000 to Students Living with Crohn's Disease

...la College -- Elizabeth Peck, Grove City College -- Adam Pepperman, Tulane University -- Kelly Robards, Spalding University -- Leslie Shrager, binghamton University -- Christina Tarankow, The Culinary Institute of America About the UCB Crohn's Scholarship Program Scholarship information is availabl...

Campbell Alliance Sales Practice to Present at CBI's Leadership Summit on Evolving the Pharma Sales Model

...s clients. Mr. Isaac holds an MBA with distinction from New York University's Stern School of Business and a BS in Management Information Systems from binghamton University. For more information on CBI's Leadership Summit on Evolving the Pharma Sales Model, please visit http://www.cbinet.com/show_conference....
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