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Cornell has strengthened its presence in Africa by formalizing a research relationship with the Faculty of AgriSciences of Stellenbosch University in South Africa. (June 27, 2011)

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To foster the growth of equitable, healthful and sustainable community food systems, Cornell will receive $1 million of a five-year, $5 million multistate project. (June 21, 2011)

Cornell Cooperative Extension has hired a hops specialist to promote New York beer production while using local sources, reducing their carbon footprint and keeping jobs in the state. (June 21, 2011)

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Cornell's Musgrave Research Farm near Aurora, N.Y., is home to some 50 research projects, including biochar and organic cropping systems. (June 21, 2011)

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The Departments of Food Science and of Plant Pathology each host about one dozen undergraduates from around the country as summer scholars to garner career interest in their fields. (June 20, 2011)

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Los Angeles artist Jessica Rath worked with Professor Susan Brown to use Cornell apple trees as a basis for a photography exhibit in Pasadena next year. (June 16, 2011)

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A Cornell project is launching interest in the Northeast in growing and using juneberries, which are even more healthful on many fronts, than blueberries. (June 15, 2011)

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Two common bacteria involved in what was thought to be only a marginally important relationship actually help each other thrive when grown together in bioreactors, say Cornell scientists. (June 9, 2011)

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Several Cornell students are spearheading a project that has planted some 15,000 square feet of bamboo nursery in Haiti for fuel, housing, crafts and environmental restoration. (June 3, 2011)