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- Animal Careers Website
- A website for exploring Animal Careers for interested middle and high school students, teachers, parents and the public.
- Basic Genetics
- The web site meets the need of learners who would like to know something about cloning, genome mapping, transgenic animals, or gene therapy.
- Curriculum Development Workshop
- A workshop for educators to work with scientists to develop classroom laboratory exercises related to various aspects of plant biology.
- Entomology Department at Geneva
- To advance a sustainable plant agriculture and food system through research and extension programs that address local and worldwide needs
- Grass Bioenergy for the Northeast
- Grass bioenergy focuses on applied and basic research on genetic improvement, field management, and conversion to useful heat energy.
- Institute for Genomic Diversity
- IGD is devoted to research and training in genetic diversity, genomics, biodiversity conservation, and global food security.
- Legal Information Institute
- Free legal information - US Code, state statutes, Supreme Court and NYS cases, & hyperlinked commentary on many diverse legal issues.
- Migration Celebration
- Join us for this FREE family-friendly event 10am-3pm at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology on the second Saturday each May.
- Nature Explorers After School Program
- Each semester, we visit local elementary after school programs. Students learn about plant diversity, seedling germination, and DNA.
- PGRP High School Internship Program
- Plant Genome Summer Internship program at the Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research
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