A Win for Cornell

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is to announce that Cornell University has been chosen to develop a science graduate school in the city, reports The New York Times. Cornell's proposed campus includes 2.1 million square feet — at a cost of more than $2 billion — with space for classrooms, a conference center, housing, and labs.

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