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To Bolster Lithium Battery Life, Add a Little Salt

Striving to achieve safer, longer-lasting batteries for modern world’s trappingss, Cornell chemical engineers have added salt to their chemistry...

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Volunteer at Streets Alive! Ithaca

A free t-shirt, snacks, great fun and community-satisfaction included!

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Exploring the Relationship Between Eco-certifications and Resource Efficiency in U.S. Hotels

Eco-certified hotels recorded higher operations-driven and customer-driven resource efficiency...

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$20M Grant to Support Developing Eco-Friendly Plastics

A five-year, $20 million NSF grant will allow chemists from Cornell and other institutions to study new ways to make plastics more sustainable...

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Liners Can Protect Pipelines During Earthquakes

Cornell civil engineers found that retrofitting pipelines with flexible tubular membranes saturated with thermosetting resin could prevent earthquake damage to seismically vulnerable pipelines...

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The Sustainability Center Has a New Address and a New Director!

The Center is excited to announce the upcoming move from their current downtown location to a new space on Old Elmira Road...

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The Impact of LEED Certification on Hotel Performance

Many scholars and practitioners claim organizations pursing LEED certification realize costs savings and increase revenues...

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Ag Secretary Briefed On Nutrition, Dairy, Climate Research

Faculty members and scientists met with U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to discuss dairy herd health, dairy and food processing, workforce development, and Cornell’s teaching, research and extension missions...

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Ag Business is No Longer Business as Usual

Plant hardiness zones are moving north...

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Cornell Solar Farm to Produce Power in September

Cornell's solar farm will pump approximately 2 megawatts, accounting for 1 percent of the Cornell's energy use...