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NYSERDA will give Cornell $1.65 million in incentives for energy studies and project work to develop a smaller carbon footprint for campus, toward the university’s net-zero carbon goal by 2035.

Soil scientist Johannes Lehmann and Nathaniel Stern ’99 collaborated on experimental pyrolysis techniques to “age” modern technology and media – cellphones, laptops, tablets, floppy disks – for Stern’s art exhibit in Milwaukee.

Recyclable plastic containers with the No. 2 designation could become even more popular for manufacturers as plastic milk jugs, dish soap and shampoo bottles may soon get an environmental makeover.

New research co-authored by Nicholas Klein in the Department of City and Regional Plannning studies improper scooter, e-bike and motor vehicle parking in five U.S. cities.

Caitlín Barrett and Kathryn Gleason ’79 have been collaborating since 2016 on the excavation and survey of a large house and garden site, the Casa della Regina Carolina Project, at Pompeii in southern Italy.

Cornell researchers have described a new type of gene drive with the potential to delay resistance that wild populations employ to fend off the genetic engineering of desired mutations.

The four faculty teams that received funding support through the President’s Visioning Committee on Cornell in New York City have conducted cross-campus workshops, hosted interdisciplinary talks and expanded their outreach.

In her new book “Naked Agency: Genital Cursing and Biopolitics,” Naminata Diabate seeks a nuanced analysis of incidents of naked protest, particularly by women in Africa.

The United States could generate 20% of its electricity via wind energy within 10 years according to new Cornell research.