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Cayuga Lake Floating Classroom Mixes Cruise and Science

Part science laboratory, cruise ship and teaching tour, the Cayuga Lake Floating Classroom Project takes on a dynamic view of the lake...

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Engineering Interns at Shoals Marine Lab Bring Sustainability to Island

Students worked with SML staff to bring sustainable solutions for generating power, supplying fresh water, and eliminating waste...

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Fresh Wall of Sustainability

Cornell students have created a thought-provoking solution: growing mint, chives and basil at a bar...

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Conferees Discuss How to Help Farmers through Technology

Creative use of information networks can help bridge gaps between developed and developing countries...

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Student Studies Changing Ecology of Ethiopia

Ph.D candidate is working with indigenous communities to swap out indigenous crops...

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Student Researches the Ecology of Grape-Growing with Cornell Cooperative Extension

Matthew Gura '14 blogs about his research on leaching of pollutants and fertilizers into groundwater in vineyards at Long Island Research and Extension Center...

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From the Grounds Up, Study Seeks Sustainable 'Java'

Cornell professors seek to brew agricultural, environmental and economic sustainability together for the world’s smallholder coffee bean growers...

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Teachers Tackle Bioenergy in Weeklong Course on Campus

The teachers learn how society could use plants and other forms of biomass to meet the nation’s growing energy demands...

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Maine's Indigenous Plants Help Economy, Native Americans

Research shows how indigenous plants benefit Native American tribes...

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Chilean Earthquake Made Volcanoes Sink

According to Cornell scientists, several nearby volcanoes permanently sank several inches into the ground after the Chilean earthquake...