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09/01/2016
Boyce Thompson Institute and Virginia Tech researchers have discovered how to detect the microbe that causes bacterial speck disease.
09/01/2016
Physics professor Robert Thorne's unique crystallization plate, which was developed and tested at the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source, was part of April's historic SpaceX launch.
08/31/2016
Researchers have proposed a way to enhance the conductivity of two-dimensional covalent organic frameworks to power density levels comparable to other porous carbon-based electrodes.
08/31/2016
Babies expect people to like the same foods, unless those people belong to different social or cultural groups, according to Katherine Kinzler, associate professor of psychology and human development.
08/31/2016
Because forest elephants are one of the world's slowest reproducing mammals, it will take almost a century for them to recover from the intense poaching they have suffered since 2002, a study finds.
08/31/2016
Warm springs in the Great Lakes and Northeast regions – which create havoc for agriculture – may start earlier by mid-century if greenhouse gas emissions are not reduced, says a new study in Climate Dynamics.
08/31/2016
Cornell's free, Massive Open Online Course, The Science and Politics of the GMO, launches Sept. 13 on edX.
08/31/2016
Cornell's free, Massive Open Online Course, The Science and Politics of the GMO, launches Sept. 13 on edX.
08/30/2016
Tomatoes are an ideal model species for plant research, but researchers at the Cornell-affiliated Boyce Thompson Institute made them more useful by cutting the time to modify tomato genes by a third.
08/30/2016
Bernd Blossey is close to the end of a research program that identified a leaf beetle, Galerucella birmanica, which feasts on water chestnuts, as the perfect predator to help clear New York's waters.

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