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Op Ed: Fracking good for the climate? What a load of hot air

Professor Bob Howarth discusses fracking...

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Bioreactors for algae-based biofuels get $900K grant

Engineering team received a $910,000 DOE grant revolutionize how biofuels are produced from algae...

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Prof. Netravali honored for green composites research

The fiber science professor recieved The Fiber Society's Founder's Award for his work in developing biodegradable plant-based composites...

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FEMA awards $880,000 grant to repair gorge trail

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded Cornell funds to repair the damage from storms in early fall 2011 and restore the trail to its historic appearance...

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Natural Resources graduate students earn EPA fellowships

Darrick Nighthawk Evensen, M.S. '11, and Christine Moskell, M.S. '12, have received Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowships...

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Green Space Used to Heal Returning Veterans

Veterans participate in habitat restoration activities to tap into restorative powers of nature...

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Experts Debate Effects of Fracking on New York State Economy, Environment

Six experts from various disciplines debated fracking's implications for the environment and the economy...

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Extension educators honored for excellence

Great Lakes coastal issue educators Helen Domske and David MacNeill have been honored for excellence by the Great Lakes Sea Grant Extension Network...

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SpringFest 2013 is looking for Executive Board members!

Apply Now! Touchdown needs you!

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Two Cornell Students Named Rhodes Scholars

Dobyns, '13, co-founded a company that makes solar lights out of plastic bottles, Young plans to be a philosophy professor....