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Cornell gets $10 million federal grant to establish new institute applying computing to sustainability

The Institute for Computational Sustainability at Cornell, launched with a $10 million NSF grant, will apply computer science to problems in managing and allocating natural resources. (Sept. 3, 2008)

CU to show off its 100-mpg car-in-progress at state fair

A car that gets 100 miles a gallon may sound far-fetched, but the technology is available now, says Cornell's Progressive Automotive X Prize Team. (Aug. 19, 2008)

Rob Erlichman '87 heads San Francisco solar panel company Sunlight Electric

Erlichman is founder and president of Sunlight Electric, a San Francisco company that designs and sells solar power systems to California businesses. (Aug. 12, 2008)

Eating less, eating local and eating better could slash U.S. energy use, CU study finds

Americans could dramatically cut down on their energy use by changing their eating habits and farming in more traditional ways, says a new Cornell study. (Aug. 11, 2008)

10 simple tips to save energy costs at home

Substantial home energy savings can be as simple as changing humidity levels and washing clothes in cold water. (Aug. 7, 2008)

New Cornell institute focuses on invasive species

Cornell, with support from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, has established the Invasive Species Research Institute to improve invasive species management. (Aug. 7, 2008)

Behavioral ecology conference offers special pricing for Cornellians

Learn how animals mate, communicate, feed and prey by attending the 12th International Behavioral Ecology Congress, Aug. 10-14, at Cornell. (July 29, 2008)

Cornell experts participate in Empire Farm Days, Aug. 5-7

Cornell University will feature more than 600 exhibits on agricultural technology and products at this year's Empire Farm Days, Aug. 5-7, in Seneca Falls, N.Y. (July 25, 2008)

Cornell researchers ponder feasibility of undertaking algae for biofuel research

About 20 Cornell researchers discussed to what extent Cornell should pursue research in the area of using algae for biofuel at a July 16 luncheon sponsored by the Cornell Center for a Sustainable Future. (July 21, 2008)