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Binghamton University biology major Ezra Gutmann and neuroscience major Aidan Papalia work on research that determines neuro transmitter loss in Parkinson's disease under the direction of research educator Corinne Kiessling in a Science 4 laboratory. They are part of the Freshman Research Immersion (FRI) program, which provides first-year students with a year-long authentic research experience in sciences and engineering. A summer pilot for the already established program was held in 2015, and two research streams were added to the program for fall 2015: image and acoustic signals analysis and biomedical chemistry joined the neuroscience, biofilms and smart energy streams.

Binghamton University biology major Ezra Gutmann and neuroscience major Aidan Papalia work on research that determines neuro transmitter loss in Parkinson's disease under the direction of research educator Corinne Kiessling in a Science 4 laboratory. They are part of the Freshman Research Immersion (FRI) program, which provides first-year students with a year-long authentic research experience in sciences and engineering. A summer pilot for the already established program was held in 2015, and two research streams were added to the program for fall 2015: image and acoustic signals analysis and biomedical chemistry joined the neuroscience, biofilms and smart energy streams.
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