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Boyce Thompson Institute

Upcoming Events

2019 Cornell Greenhouse Update

The 2019 Greenhouse Update will include presentations by Dr. Elizabeth Lamb and Mr. Brian Eshenaur on plant diseases, Mr. Don Nelson on the Federal...

2/12/2019 8:30am
Why Science Outreach Matters:  Case Studies at Cornell

Formally training high school or college undergraduates how to do effective scientific outreach greatly enhances the probability that these students will go...

3/21/2019 10:30am
Is our humanitarian tradition under threat? U.S. refugee and asylum policy in the 21st century

Since 1948, the U.S. federal government has recognized that refugees are a distinct immigrant group that must be prioritized for admission. Between 1948 and...

4/18/2019 10:30am
Is our humanitarian tradition under threat? U.S. refugee and asylum policy in the 21st century.

Since 1948, the U.S. federal government has recognized that refugees are a distinct immigrant group that must be prioritized for admission. Between 1948 and...

4/18/2019 10:30am
BTI PGS: "Adjusting the valves: fate and flexibility in stomatal development" - Dominique Bergmann

Dominique Bergmann Department of Biology, Stanford University Dominique Bergmann is a Professor of Biology at Stanford University. She received her PhD in...

4/29/2019 12:20pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Fiona Gillison

Fiona Gillison left a positive review 2/4/2015

This was a fantastic and inspiring talk, great to see an academic with such drive and ability to communicate his subject. Great content for stimulating further ideas to build on what has already been achieved.

Christianne White

Christianne White left a positive review 9/18/2014

Great way to get

Attending the reception was a great way to meet some great Cornell staff , both active and retired, and hear a really accessible talk about plant science and visit Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Science and meet some of their scientists!

Christianne White

Christianne White left a positive review 9/17/2014

The show is up through end of October, 40 beautiful photographs that go beyond realism to portraiture of...botanicals, mostly taken right from David's backyard. David O. Watkins was director of Media Services at Cornell for so many years...fun to see his own art work! And the atrium at BTI looks great...reflection pool, orchids and many other plants on display