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Scarecrow Gene Helps Plants in Dry Climates

Gene found that is currently repressed in most plant leaves that has the potential to grow crops 50 percent more efficiently in dry climates...

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Two Juniors Awarded Goldwater Scholarships

The scholarship for those interested in natural sciences, mathematics or engineering, provides $7,500 toward fees, books, room and board...

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Visiting Professor Encourages Sustainable Architecture

Professor Joel Sanders of Yale University says tying together landscape and architecture can allow buildings to act as a single system...

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Arctic Vegetation Spread Could Boost Climate Change

Changes in Arctic vegetation due to climate change have probably been underestimated, according to a new computer analysis...

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Students Connect Belize Classrooms, Gardens, Communities

Twelve Cornell students enriched a community through garden-based learning when they traveled to Belize over spring break...

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Classes Use Energy Dashboard to Study Conservation

Thanks to a new online dashboard, facilities staff, students, and professors can view real-time data on water and energy consumption...

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Expo Features Flyers, Hoverers, Soarers and Wind Catchers

The first Aeronautics/Alternative Energy Expo helped raise awareness about alternative energy and aeronautics...

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Faculty Stir Up Solutions at Climate Change Forum

100 faculty members of the Cornell community gathered March 28 at the Interdisciplinary Climate Change Forum...

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Prof. Lynden Archer Advances the Science of Polymers

Professor is creating better battery systems capable of storing large amounts of energy, which can lead to green solutions...

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Top Cornell NYC Tech Campus Officials Discuss Green Development of School

College leaders discuss their aspirations to build one of the largest academic net-zero energy building...