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Cornell Alum Chris Bishop Sees Progress in Fusion

Scientists may be on their way to rewarding the planet with unlimited and nonpolluting energy...

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Biochar Reduces Nasty Nitrous Oxide Emissions on Farms

Cornell scientists have discovered that biochar, a charcoal-like substance, reduces the nemesis nitrous oxide from agricultural soil on average by about 55% and stanches emissions into the atmosphere...

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Op Ed: Oversimplifying Divestment

A student discusses the City of thaca's divestment from fossil fuels...

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Cornell Employee Jailed After Environmental Protest

Three anti-fracking activists, including a Cornell employee, protested against a company’s plans to build gas storage facilities in the Finger Lakes last month...

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Op Ed: Divestment: Keeping the Dialogue Alive

Two students provide their opinions on President Skorton's Op Ed piece on divestment...

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Op Ed: from President Skorton - Divestment: A Complicated Issue for Universities

Skorton explains his beliefs on divestment...

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Students Debate Potential Benefits, Risks of Divestment on Cornell

Representatives from Cornell KyotoNow! argued in favor of divestment, while the Cornell Republicans argued against divestment...

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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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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...