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Faculty Apprise Alumni on Solving Global Challenges

Six Cornell professors – each with distinctive areas of study – provided 10-minute presentations on the university’s comprehensive, international impact...

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$4.7M Grant to Study Fruit Genetics, Development

Study of gene expression in tomato fruits explores unanswered questions about fruit development and drought resistance...

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Student-Run Farm Provides Fresh Produce for Students

Since Dilmun Hill opened in 1996, it has provided students with a hands-on approach to agricultural education...

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Symposium Sows Seeds Of Sustainable Communities

The third annual Student Organic Seed Symposium, held at Cornell Aug. 17-21, drew several dozen students and professors...

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Ag Business is No Longer Business as Usual

Plant hardiness zones are moving north...

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Ag Secretary Briefed On Nutrition, Dairy, Climate Research

Faculty members and scientists met with U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to discuss dairy herd health, dairy and food processing, workforce development, and Cornell’s teaching, research and extension missions...

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Twilight Tour Highlights Heritage Grain Research

Farmers learned Cornell’s value-added grain trials at the Homer C. Thompson Vegetable Research Farm in Freeville July 1...

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Dilmun Hill Student Farm Hosts Work Parties and Farm Stand All Summer Long!

Farm stand is open every Thursday on the Ag Quad and work parties happen every Wednesday and Sunday...

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New School Positions Plant and Soil Science for the Future

Five departments in College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have been consolidated into School of Integrative Plant Science...

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Reunion Forum Explores Genetically Engineered Crops

A panel of experts discussed genetically engineered crops and the future of food during Reunion 2014 for alumni...