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An ancient breed is resurrected in great grain revival

A Cornell plant breeder is helping to revive red fife wheat and ensuring that what is grown is the real deal.

Program to offer financial education to students

A new grant will allow Cornell to develop a financial education program for graduate and undergraduate students.

Panel explores 'global game' of innovation

The launch of the sixth Global Innovation Index was held at the Cornell Club in New York City July 8.

Jobs that pay for pounds lost can work

Employers are increasingly offering cash and other incentives to motivate workers to lose weight, and a new study finds that the type and frequency of rewards are key factors to success.

Interest brews in reviving malted barley crop

With new financial incentives, interest in growing malted barley is growing across the state, and Cornell researchers have tips for farmers.

Hop yard takes root in Geneva

A one-acre hop yard was established June 30 as a research planting to bolster the hops revival in New York. The team will soon develop a New York hops grower’s guide as well.

Poor planning skills contribute to income-achievement gap

Children from low-income families tend to do worse at school than their better-off peers. Their poor planning skills have been found to be a reason for the income-achievement gap, reports a new study.

Graying of rural America has policy implications

Cornell professors discussed the trends of an aging American population at a June 20 presentation in Washington, D.C.

Wegmans-Cornell partnership seeks to boost cheese biz

A partnership between Wegmans Food Markets and Cornell, announced June 26, aims to boost cheese making in New York state.