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Nano-style Sheets May Aid Health, Shield Ecosystem

The tiny iron oxide particles on the fiber surfaces can help clean toxic chemicals from water...

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Sedimental Journey: Davis Leads 'Port Futures' Workshop

Cornell’s Brian Davis will co-lead the “Port Futures” workshop at the upcoming, weeklong DredgeFest Great Lakes 2015, Aug. 14-22 in Minneapolis...

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Todd Walter Named Director of NYS Water Resources Institute

WRI works to improve the management of water resources in New York state and the nation...

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Plastic Tides Youth Summer Internship - APPLY NOW Only 12 Spots

Seven-day program is based on the principles of the environmental organization Plastic Tides ...

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EPA Urges the Public to Weigh in on Proposal to Ban the Dumping of Sewage from Boats into Cayuga and Seneca Lakes and Seneca River

The EPA has proposed that a “no discharge zone” be established for Seneca Lake, Cayuga Lake and Seneca River...

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Winter Runoff into Streams on Par with Ocean Salinity

Cornell students found that the amount of road salt in winter and spring runoff that flushes into streams is of near-oceanic salinity levels...

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On the Environmental Trail of Food Pathogens

Cornell microbiologists are showing how to use big datasets to predict where the next outbreak could start....

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Student-developed Water Monitor Gets EPA Support

Proposal to develop a portable, affordable turbidimeter won a $90,000 grant from the EPA...

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Ninth AguaClara Water Plant in Honduras Opens

Another student-designed AguaClara water treatment plant in Honduras, 36,000 Hondurans and counting have access to clean water...

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Cornell Releases 2012 Campus Drinking Water Quality Report

Campus water is better than EPA standards...