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Small lunchroom changes reap big nutrition rewards

Cornell researchers report how small, inexpensive changes to school cafeterias would influence the foods children select and eat.

Johnson team wins renewable energy competition

Five students from Cornell's Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management captured first place Feb. 21 at the University of Michigan's fourth Renewable Energy Case Competition.

Study finds lawyer-directors are good for firms

Lawyers who serve on the boards of public corporations are good for business, a new white paper finds.

New book surveys the hospitality 'brandscape'

In “Hospitality Branding,” Chekitan Dev chronicles the upending of the traditional hospitality business model, from an operations-centric model to a brand-centric model.

McGovern Center names three executives in residence

Three new executives in residence have joined the staff of the Kevin M. McGovern Family Center for Venture Development in the Life Sciences.

Ignorance may be bliss for consumers, study shows

Would having more information about the value of a product - say, a new camera - help potential buyers? Not necessarily, according to a Cornell economist.

Energy bar swims to victory in Shark Tank contest

With a NASA-approved energy bar, the student-run company Solar Flare beat out 11 other student teams who pitched their business startup ideas at the Johnson Shark Tank competition.

Contest harvests names for new wine grapes

After a naming challenge drew 1,100 suggestions from around the world, a Cornell breeder has revealed the secret identities of two new wine grapes - Arandell and Aromella.

NYC event features Cornell-related food products

More than 150 people gathered in SoHo Jan. 31 to celebrate Cornell-related food products in New York state at the first 'From Furrows to Boroughs: A Taste of New York State in New York City' event.