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Micro Energy Harvester Rolls to Market Production

Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility and its staff key to MicroGen’s development...

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N.Y.'s Climate Change Clearinghouse to Offer Info to All

Web-based, map-enabled reference library and climate database to be headquartered at Cornell....

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Cornell Alum Chris Bishop Sees Progress in Fusion

Scientists may be on their way to rewarding the planet with unlimited and nonpolluting energy...

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Students Stage ‘Die-In’ to Encourage Cornell to Divest

Participants pretended to be dead victims of climate change and fossil fuel extraction at the die-in...

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Cornell Research Helps Meet World's Crop Challenges

Little-known plant transport proteins may be key to easing ever-growing global food needs...

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Green-minded Students 'Voluntour' in Peru

Eighteen Cornell students teamed up with the nonprofit WAVES for Development, which offers “surf voluntourism” programs that promote sustainable development..

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Geneva Greenhouses to Get $4.7 Million Upgrade

Agricultural research at Cornell will get a big boost, thanks to a $4.7 million investment in greenhouses at the university’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station (NYSAES) in Geneva, N.Y...

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Cornell Plantations to Receive Environmental Conservation Award

The Cornell Plantations’ Natural Areas program will be the recipient of the tenth annual Richard B. Fischer Environmental Conservation Award...

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Biochar Reduces Nasty Nitrous Oxide Emissions on Farms

Cornell scientists have discovered that biochar, a charcoal-like substance, reduces the nemesis nitrous oxide from agricultural soil on average by about 55% and stanches emissions into the atmosphere...