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Cornell wins competition to build science campus

Cornell University and its partner, the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, have won a fierce competition to build an applied science campus on land donated by New York City, promising a project that will spur economic growth, job creation and high-tech entrepreneurship.

The decision, announced on 19 December, will create a 2 million square foot campus on Roosevelt Island that will enrol 2,000 students and employ 300 faculty.

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