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Researchers Survey How Green Grows Your Switchgrass

As biofuels become an increasingly viable alternative – thanks in part to Cornell scientists – researchers here are making sure that growing grasses for biofuel won’t face inadvertent snares...

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Produce Perfect: Biotech Sweet Corn Goes Unblemished

Researchers found that the bioengineered plants produced a high proportion of unblemished ears and benefited the environment because they required fewer pesticide applications than conventional corn...

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Plastic Bag Use Down at Cornell Store!

You can make a difference...

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Agricultural Innovation Prize Competition Open

The Howard G. Buffett Foundation and the University of Wisconsin-Madison have announced the launch of the 2014 Agricultural Innovation Prize...

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Get Certified with the Sustainable Business Leadership Certificate!

Training Begins Oct 11, 2013-Learn about the intersection of business and sustainability with this program...

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10 Cornell Specialty Crops Projects Get USDA Funding

Ten of the 11 research projects announced by N.Y. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo Sept. 25, supported by more than $900,000 in federal funding provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), will go to Cornell projects...

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Cows' Carbon Hoofprint is Smaller than Thought

The carbon hoofprint of dairy cows may be smaller than previously thought, report Cornell researchers....

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Nominate Sustainability Leaders-October 23rd Deadline

2013 Cornell University Partners in Sustainability Award (CUPSA) for indiviual student, student groups and staff leaders.....

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Let Your Voice Be Heard on Tompkins County Comprehensive Plan!

Tompkins County will be updating its 2004 Comprehensive Plan by 2014, and needs your input to help develop the scope of the Plan..

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Cornell Wins 2013 Global District Energy Climate Award

Central Energy Plant provides all the centrally produced power and district energy services such as steam and chilled water...