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Natural habitats, bee diversity key to better apple production

A study of bees in apple orchards revealed that a wider diversity of species had a positive effect on apple production. 

Workforce expert helps NY ag respond to challenges

Richard Stup, an agricultural workforce specialist in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, is working on ways to help New York state’s farmers tackle workforce issues.

Cornell’s cure helps Little Buddy the reindeer celebrate holidays in full health

A year after a devastating illness brought reindeer Little Buddy to the Cornell University Equine and Nemo Farm Animal Hospital, the young reindeer is now back to full health and already embracing the holiday season.

Elegant trick improves single-cell RNA sequencing

A slight modification to an existing RNA sequencing technique, developed in the lab of assistant professor Iwijn De Vlaminck, will allow a greater variety of molecules to be analyzed. 

Titan arum to bloom in campus conservatory

One of Cornell’s two flowering-sized Titan arums – dubbed Wee Stinky for its putrid smell – is set to bloom for the fourth time.

Cornell helps hard cider industry press its popularity

The Cider and Perry Production: Science & Practice course, held at Cornell AgriTech Dec. 3-7 drew hard cider producers from around the country to Geneva.

Undergrad's project part of effort to save Javan rhinos

Montana Stone ’19 is collaborating with the Lab of Ornithology to document the vocalizations of the endangered Javan rhino, part of an effort to save the species.

Cornell veterinarians to provide care at Westminster Dog Show

The College of Veterinary Medicine will be the official veterinary care providers for the 143rd annual Westminster Dog Show, Feb. 11-13 in New York City.

Big picture look at climate change impact on U.S. agriculture: Midwest at risk

A new Cornell-led study shows that Midwest agriculture is increasingly vulnerable to climate change because of the region’s reliance on growing rain-fed crops.