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New postgraduate fellowships, named for Frank H.T. Rhodes and funded by a $5 million gift from The Atlantic Philanthropies, will further research in the Law School and Cornell Population Program.

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The students will investigate 11 different topics through the grants, which are part of $1.7 million provided to research institutions in Qatar this year by the Qatar National Research Fund. (Feb. 24, 2010)

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Chosen from an international pool of candidates, epidemiologist Ynte Schukken was nominated for the award by faculty at the University of Ghent's College of Veterinary Medicine. (Feb. 24, 2010)

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The sequenced genome helps researchers better understand the biology of the aphid, which may allow them to design new strategies to control these pests. (Feb. 23, 2010)

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A new Cornell Cooperative Extension blog, written by a Cornell professor and a consumer scientist, tries to help consumers decipher good science information from bad.

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Chris Clark discussed his state-of-the-art acoustic animations and the difficulties facing whales Feb. 21 at the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting in San Diego.

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Leon Kochian and colleagues have cloned a unique sorghum gene that is being used to develop sorghum lines that can withstand toxic levels of aluminum in the soil, a consequence of acidic soils. (Feb. 22, 2010)

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Nanotechnology is giving researchers insight into how cell receptors for environmental stimuli orchestrate the spatial assembly of the intracellular signaling pathways.

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In testing for the University Waste Management Facility project, a system malfunction resulted in a discharge of wastewater into a sanitary sewer. The team is taking corrective actions. (Feb. 22, 2010)