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6/14-6/28: Cornell Baseline Groundwater Methane Study (Tompkins County)

If you have a water well, you may be interested in this study...

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PhD Student Videos Honored by the National Science Foundation

Their video submission to the 2013 IGERT Video and Poster Competition has been selected as one of 25 winning submissions...

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Gorge Work, Stewards Increase Safety of Natural Areas

The trail system in the gorges will be improving this summer...

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Tour Allure: Enjoy Cornell's 'Garden of Weedin'

The Cornell Weed Garden is a scientific utopia that features 85 of the Northeast’s most tenacious weeds...

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Researcher to Design, Build Public 'Healing Spaces'

A Cornell research team will build spaces that will focus on healing aspects of the human-nature interaction in the wake of disaster...

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$9.9M Grant to Reduce Dairy's Environmental Hoofprint

Cornell part of project to study the environmental impact of dairy production systems in the Great Lakes region...

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Adding Veggies to Your Diet Helps Cut Global Warming

Changing our diets and changing our consumer habits could significantly reduce nutrient inputs, greenhouse gas emissions, agricultural land use and cause positive health impact...

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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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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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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...