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An an exhibit curated by a Cornell art history professor focuses on the threat of rising ocean waters to the nation of Tuvalu this summer at the Venice Biennale.

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Scientists, librarians and practitioners of agriculture information and management from 28 countries met at Mann Library July 23 to discuss creative use of information networks to bridge gaps between developed and developing countries.

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Yerko Alpysbay, a Kazakh teen enrolled at Ithaca High, immersed himself in hospitality at the Cornell Summer College.

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Morgan Ruelle, a Ph.D. candidate in the field of natural resources, is working with Ethiopians to augment native knowledge with Western science to deal with climate change.

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Cornell professors seek to brew agricultural, environmental and economic sustainability together for the world’s smallholder coffee bean growers.

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Cornell's SRI (System of Rice Intensification) International Network and Resources Center helped train 17 Haitians recently in how to train farmers to improve rice productivity in the northern Coronel-Dubre region of Haiti.

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The launch of the sixth Global Innovation Index was held at the Cornell Club in New York City July 8.

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With demand for global food expected to double, people need to tap unused plants to feed the world in the near future, claims Cornell plant geneticist Susan McCouch.

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Cornell earth scientists are trying to understand why several volcanoes near a 2010 earthquake in Chile sank several inches into the ground.