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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.

New ag research funding model gains momentum

Cornell's Thomas Burr presented a new model to growers to fund agricultural research in response to immediate problems, such as infestations, in the wake of reduced government support.

Study: Preferences, incentives matter for capital tax levels

A study by Maxim Troshkin, assistant professor of economics, and colleagues could point the way to an ideal capital tax policy.

Jerry Hass, emeritus finance professor, dies at 72

A finance professor who taught Cornell University’s MBA students for 46 years, Hass died unexpectedly Jan. 22 in Ithaca.

State scholarships don't entice graduates to stay in state

The study was the first to look at the long-term effectiveness of merit-based scholarship programs on residency choices.

Grad students help untangle Collegetown parking

Cornell Institute for Public Affairs graduate students have recommended ways to improve parking management, enforcement and development in Collegetown.

Macroeconomist Uri Possen dies at age 70

An expert in public finance and monetary economics, Possen worked in the area of Keynesian economics. (Dec. 13, 2012)

Attitudes to organic labels depend on consumers' values

Labeling food as 'organic' may not always lead to a positive impression, according to a recent Cornell study. (Dec. 6, 2012)