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November 14th, 2003

Sensor research supported by $1.1 million federal earmark

A $1.1 million federal earmark championed by Congressman Maurice Hinchey, NY-22 will support Binghamton University's advanced sensor design and threat detection research as part of the University's overarching initiative to carve out an important niche for itself in the area of small-scale systems research and development. "The ability to manipulate and understand the world at a scale five times smaller than a virus promises to be the taproot of major change from here on," said Bahgat Sammakia, interim vice president for research.


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