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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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Epidemics, Warming Oceans Rock Lobster, Sea Star Populations

A new study describes how diverse marine organisms are susceptible to diseases made worse by warming oceans...

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Researchers Seek Efficient Means of Splitting Water

Hydrogen from these reactions could power vehicles with clean-burning hydrogen fuel cells...

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Computing and Information Science Receives $10M Grant

The project will cultivate a large national and international research network that will explore new research directions in computational sustainability...

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Polymer Breakthrough Could Revolutionize Water Purification

Cornell researchers develop a technique that could revolutionize the water-purification industry...

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Applications Available for all 2016 Eco Practicum Programs

Including Spring Break Practicum in New York City and Summer Practicum in the Catskills...

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Cornell-Smithsonian Partnership Aims to Save Wildlife

With more than 1 in 4 species at risk of extinction, scientists at Cornell and the Smithsonian Institution are pioneering new approaches...

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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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Environmental Group Pushes for Microbead-Free Campus

Plastic Tides Campaign, an environmental organization, pushes University to eliminate the sale of products containing plastic microbeads...

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Project Aims to Grow Local Farms, Shrink Childhood Obesity

Cornell nutritional scientists plan to test a recipe to lower childhood obesity...