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Online Course Aims to put Public Gardens on a Community Mission

Cornell has joined a national online education effort designed to help public garden educators transform their natural assets into community resources for scientific knowledge and social change...

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Viticulture Journal Toasts Vineyard Protection Research

Three Cornellians have earned 2015 scientific paper of the year honors from the American Society for Enology and Viticulture...

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The Scientist: Prof. Bruce Reisch Develops New Grape Varieties

Reisch develops new disease resistant, cold hardy grape varieties...

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National Science Foundation Grant Plants Seeds for Building Better Fruit Trees

Research can lead to more efficient use of land space, improved productivity, greater industry profitability and increased sustainability...

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Scientists Get $1.6M to Study Infectious Farm Diseases

Cornell researchers will study transmission of two important agricultural diseases...

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Students Survey Urban Aesthetics in Southeast Asia

Cornell students in architecture, city planning, landscape architecture, anthropology, and Asian and religious studies, explore contemporary urban conditions...

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Cornell Researchers Create a More Efficient Plant Using Genes from Cyanobacteria

For the first time, a genetically engineered plant is able to turn carbon dioxide from the atmosphere into sugars more efficiently...

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Peer Review: Eleanore O’Neil ’15 Raises Chickens on Energy-Efficient Feed

Eleanore O’Neil ’15, an animal science major, researches the diets of commercial chickens to combat global issues...

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Sustainable Urban Design

Five Cornell graduate students collaborated on the winning entry of the 2015 Better Philadelphia Challenge..