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Nobel Prize in Chemistry split 3 ways for lithium-ion battery research

From left: Akira Yoshino, Dr. M. Stanley Whittingham and Dr. John Goodenough (Charles Dharapak / Yoshiaki Sakamoto / Kyodo News / Binghamton University) The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to three scientists whose work developing lithium-ion batteries made mobile phones, iPads, laptops, and electric cars possible. The three recipients are U.S. engineer John B. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham of the U.K., and Akira Yoshino of Japan. They will share the 9 million Swedish kronor...
Tags: Post, Business, Japan, Science, Technology, News, Tech, Chemistry, Associated Press, Nobel, Lithium Ion Batteries, Mobile Tech, New York University, Lithium Ion, U K, University of Texas


3 win Nobel in Chemistry for work on lithium-ion batteries

By DAVID KEYTON and JAMEY KEATEN STOCKHOLM — Three scientists won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry on Wednesday for their work developing lithium-ion batteries, which have reshaped energy storage and transformed cars, mobile phones and many other devices — and reduced the world’s reliance on fossil fuels that contribute to global warming. The prize went to John B. Goodenough, 97, a German-born engineering professor at the University of Texas; M. Stanley Whittingham, 77, a British-American chemistry ...
Tags: Business, Japan, Science, Technology, News, Uncategorized, Sport, World news, Britain, Soccer, Tokyo, Associated Press, SUNY, Stockholm, Copenhagen Denmark, University of Texas


Researchers Develop Device That Emulates Human Kidney Function and Could Replace Animal, Human Testing

Instead of running tests on live kidneys, researchers at Binghamton, University State University of New York have developed a model kidney for working out the kinks in medicines and treatments. Developed by Assistant Professor Gretchen Mahler and Binghamton biomedical engineering alumna Courtney Sakolish PhD '16, the reusable, multi-layered and microfluidic device incorporates a porous growth substrate, with a physiological fluid flow, and the passive filtration of the capillaries around the en...
Tags: Science, Binghamton, Binghamton University State University of New York, Gretchen Mahler, Courtney Sakolish


Researchers develop device that emulates human kidney function

Instead of running tests on live kidneys, researchers at Binghamton, University State University of New York have developed a model kidney for working out the kinks in medicines and treatments.Developed by Assistant Professor Gretchen Mahler and Binghamton biomedical engineering alumna Courtney Sakolish PhD '16, the reusable, multi-layered and microfluidic device incorporates a porous growth substrate, with a physiological fluid flow, and the passive filtration of the capillaries around the end ...
Tags: Science, Binghamton, Binghamton University State University of New York, Gretchen Mahler, Courtney Sakolish


This revolutionary new paper battery is powered by bacteria

Binghamton University researchers just developed a new type of battery that could revolutionize microelectronics - and it's made from a single sheet of paper and a liquid teaming with bacteria. The simple batteries could power glucose monitors, detect pathogens, and keep small electronics running for days without external power - which makes them incredibly useful for remote and resource-limited areas. The battery consists of a piece of chromatography paper, a ribbon of silver nitrate, and a ...
Tags: Energy, Science, Design, Renewable Energy, Biosensors, Innovation, Binghamton University, Binghamton


Public archaeologists dig before the construction crews do

Armed with my sharpened trowel, 3-meter tape, shovel, shaker screen and peanut butter and jelly sandwich, I joined my first dig as part of Binghamton University's Public Archaeology Facility back in 1975. Crews of archaeologists were shovel testing the proposed route of Interstate 88 from Binghamton to Albany, New York. I was so excited at the prospect of discovering archaeological sites, and hoping one would become the basis for my master's thesis.
Tags: Science, Archaeology & Fossils, Binghamton, Albany New York, Interstate 88



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