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PhysTEC, a program to train, mentor and encourage undergraduates considering physics teaching, is now in its third year at Cornell. (Nov. 30, 2009)

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A biosensor made from a common bacterium that can detect toxic metals in water won the Cornell Genetically Engineered Machines student project team a bronze medal at a recent competition. (Nov. 30, 2009)

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Cornell professors Antonio Bento and David Wolf briefed the House and Senate on Capitol Hill, Nov. 18-19, on 'The Role of Agriculture and Forestry in Emerging Carbon Markets.' (Nov. 24, 2009)

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The Local Foods Fair in Mann Library, Nov. 19, offered ways that community members can support small farmers and vice versa. (Nov. 24, 2009)

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Cornell's Small Farms Program has received a new three-year, $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to broaden its support for new farmers in the Northeast. (Nov. 23, 2009)

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New techniques may allow breeders and researchers to use this map of genetic variation to study and improve maize varieties. (Nov. 19, 2009)

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University delegates returned a rare collection of fungi to China Nov. 7, 70 years after it was smuggled out of the country and brought to Cornell for safekeeping. (Nov. 12, 2009)

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At the first Cornell intercampus debate Nov. 4, students from Ithaca debated Weill Cornell Medical College-Qatar students in Doha about funding from tobacco companies. The Cornell-Ithaca team won. (Nov. 12, 2009)

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Cornell researchers released a well-studied beetle predator to test its ability to ward off a hemlock-killing aphid-like insect. (Nov. 10, 2009)