Cornell's Bruce Lewenstein presents on National Research Council findings
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Melting Arctic ice, polar bears in danger -- climate change may seem like a distant problem, but now concerned citizens can get involved by studying the effects of global warming in their own backyards.
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Research with a Public Purpose
- Cotton that conducts electricity gives rise to multifunctional clothing
Cornell professor and student design solar-powered dress that can charge a phone