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Video: 150 Years of Plant Science at Cornell

In 1931, Barbara McClintock  published the first genetic map for maize. In 1983, she was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine -- the first woman to win that prize unshared -- for her work with transposable elements in corn.

In 1983, Barbara McClintock won Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine — the first woman to win that prize unshared — for her work with transposable elements in corn.

Just in time for Charter Day festivities …

150 Years of Plant Science at Cornell

Through vintage images, explore the history of plant science at Cornell — the students, the faculty, the Nobel laureates and other leaders and more.

Special thanks to Ed Cobb, Plant Biology Section, School of Integrative Plant Science, for collecting and compiling images and supplying historical information.

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