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Big, blue Everest Seedless is Cornell’s newest grape

Everest Seedless, the newest offering from Cornell’s grape breeders, is a big, bold fruit that comes with a towering history.

Veterinary college partners open new clinic at Belize Zoo

Members of the College of Veterinary Medicine celebrated the opening of a new clinic at the Belize Zoo this summer.

Cornell Food Venture Center feeds Somali immigrant’s dream

What began as family recipes from Bisharo Ali's native Somalia are now commercial products, thanks in part to help from the Cornell Food Venture Center.

Judy’s Day Family Learning Festival is Sept. 30

Judy’s Day will celebrate the connections between plants and humanity Sept. 30 in the F.R. Newman Arboretum at Cornell Botanic Gardens.


Device to corral viable sperm may speed IVF process

For couples hoping for a baby via in vitro fertilization, chances have improved. A process that once took hours now takes minutes: Cornell scientists developed a device that quickly corrals strong, viable sperm.

Food Venture Center helps company pickle success

Upstate businessman Mike Trudell brought his Perfectly Pickled Products to market with the aid of the Cornell Food Venture Center.

Cornell researchers uncover hidden player in gut growth

A previously ignored part of the intestine has turned into the key to its most crucial moment in embryonic development: the rotation that winds intestines.

EnoCert program spurs winery operation expertise

EnoCert, a new certification program offered through the Cornell Enology Extension Lab at Cornell AgriTech, helps winery employees and aspiring wine professionals grasp the nuances of this art from vine to glass.

Cornell sets the bar for training veterinary techs in wildlife medicine

An intensive six-week training program gives licensed veterinary technician students the chance to treat wild animals.