Binghamton University hosts watch party for Nobel Prize ceremony

first_imgThe viewing party was open to everyone at the Center of Excellence at the Innovative Technology Complex. The ceremony was live streamed from Stockholm, Sweden. “It establishes Binghamton University as a world class research university, it shows the fact that we have faculty here who can win at the highest level. We knew this already, we knew that we have outstanding faculty, this is just a confirmation that we can compete at any level.” said Vice President of Research Bahgat Sammakia. VESTAL (WBNG) — Binghamton University distinguished Professor M. Stanley Whittingham received his Nobel Prize in Chemistry Tuesday morning.center_img Whittingham is the first professor from Binghamton University to win a Nobel Prize. Whittingham is one of three sharing the award for the development of the lithium-ion battery, a proud day for all of his colleagues last_img