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Design students' vision to help grow European Web ventures

A concept devised this spring by Cornell students to provide a support network for budding online entrepreneurs is on its way to becoming a reality in Europe. (Aug. 6, 2012)

Grant funds partnership between International Programs and Indian ag institutions

The U.S.-India Educational Foundation has awarded $250,000 to allow Cornell's International Programs to partner with agricultural universities in India.

Rudy Nazitto '13 earns oncology fellowship in Spain

The human biology, health and society major in Cornell's College of Human Ecology has been awarded an oncology research fellowship at the Spanish National Cancer Research Center. (May 30, 2012)

Tomato genome gets fully sequenced -- paves way to healthier fruits, veggies

Researchers have for the first time decoded the genome of a tomato - an important step toward improving yield, nutrition, disease resistance, taste and color of the tomato and other crops. (May 30, 2012)

Researchers develop food aid decision-making tool

Cornell researchers have developed a tool to help international relief organizations cater food aid responses to specific situations.

Beinart: U.S. Jewish youth's disconnect from Israel is Zionist crisis

Peter Beinart, a senior fellow at the New America Foundation, stressed that American Jewish organizations are failing to connect with young American Jews, who largely feel alienated from Israel.

Light for Africa wins Big Idea competition

Eight teams of Cornell undergraduates are preparing for their presentations to win this year's Big Idea competition, proposals for businesses and nonprofits. (April 11, 2012)

New CARE-Cornell partnership to take on global concerns

Cornell and the global humanitarian organization CARE will fight poverty among the world's most vulnerable populations and create solutions for global concerns, including world hunger and climate change. (April 19, 2012)

Pell stresses need to boost international engagement

Vice Provost Alice Pell and Professor Sarosh Kuruvilla discussed Cornell's international education, research and initiatives at the Cornell Club in New York City April 12. (April 18, 2012)