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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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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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Be Bag Smart: Reuse and Recycle Your Bags or Pay a Fee

Beginning on Earth Day, April 22, 2013 The Cornell Store will charge 5 cents for a plastic bag....

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Prof. Frank Rossi Helps Grow Better Grass for 2016 Olympics

Rossi helps culture turfgrass system by choosing the right grass, fertilizing properly and using alternatives to synthetic pesticides....

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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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Cornell Student Trustee Candidates Share Stances on Divestment, Greek Life

Student-Elected Trustee candidates participated in a debate Tuesday, discussing their vision of the duties of a student trustee and what their main priorities would be if elected...

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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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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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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...