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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.
08/30/2016
The Institute for the Social Sciences' newest project, China's Cities: Divisions and Plans, is an interdisciplinary collaborative effort among Cornell social scientists.
08/29/2016
Why do some teams become derailed by conflict, while others manage to work through conflicts to deliver great performance? A 2008 landmark study co-authored by Johnson's Beta Mannix explains why.
08/25/2016
If you want to go green, get involved: Tour tables at Fall Fest 2016, an exposition of more than 30 student sustainability groups who are recruiting new members, Aug. 28 on North Campus.
08/25/2016
Noted plant pathologist, scholar and mentor Richard P. Korf ’46, Ph.D. ’50, professor emeritus of mycology, died Aug. 20 at his Ithaca home.
08/25/2016
The University Courses initiative, which began in 2012, will offer 18 courses this year. The courses delve deeply into topics of interest to students from a broad range of majors.

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