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$24M Grant Aims to Combat Global Wheat Crop Threats

A recent Food and Agriculture Organization study warns that climate change is expected to reduce yields of wheat and other major crops and fuel the spread of wheat pathogens...

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Dean Boor Addresses Future of Agriculture at USDA Event

We need to address the national shortage of those with college-level or higher education who are excited about careers in agriculture...

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Installation Provides New Vision for Landfill Architecture

Landfills should be seen as design opportunities and not just places we isolate and ignore...

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C.U. Climate Experts Prepare for Unseasonable Winter

Count on continuation of trend for warmer winters due to climate change as long as use of fossil fuels continues...

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Redwoods Tree Climbing

Cornell Tree Climbing Institute promotes safe and environmentally responsible tree climbing techniques and assists with Giant Sequoia restoration and ecology research....

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Cornellians Travel to Paris for Global Climate Summit

Cornell researchers will travel to Paris as part of the university’s delegation to the COP21 global climate change summit...

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Scientists Urge New Soil-carbon Model for Climate Change Era

Soil has key role in global carbon cycle for new and improved research models that accurately forecast climate change...

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Glacier Expert Willis Named to Arctic Mapping Team

In addition to experiencing climate change transformations, Alaska and the Arctic region lack modern maps necessary to support infrastructure concerns...

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Some Honeybee Colonies Adapt in Wake of Deadly Mites

A new genetics study of wild honeybees offers clues to how a population has adapted to a mite that has devastated bee colonies worldwide...