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Cornell Team Developing ‘Smart Grid’ Tech

“Smart grid” technologies would enhance the efficiency, reliability, economics and sustainability of the production and distribution of electricity...

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Cornell Among the Best, According to Princeton Review

In the latest annual Princeton Review college rankings book, “The Best 379 Colleges: 2015 Edition,” Cornell took honors in several categories...

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Emerson Hall Controls Energy Conservation Project Saves $54,000 and 107 Tons C02e Annually

Replaced outdated space and central system controls with new digital controls with occupancy sensors...

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Two Communications Internships: Earn College Credit and Advance Campus Sustainability Efforts

Seeking Cornell Communications Majors or Minors interested in Sustainability...

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To Bolster Lithium Battery Life, Add a Little Salt

Striving to achieve safer, longer-lasting batteries for modern world’s trappings, 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...