Executive directors from Cornell Cooperative Extension county associations from across the state traveled to Albany Jan. 22 to meet with senators and Assembly members from their respective districts.
The Cornell Alliance for Science’s Global Leadership Fellows program teaches teams how to function across differences, so that workers can thrive in a culture of trust and respect.
Cornell professors Adrienne Roeder and Bethany Cummings both will receive $15,000 as winners of the 2019 Schwartz Research Fund for Women in the Life Sciences award.
A new computer program can help food safety experts tasked with monitoring production plants for food-borne pathogens.
A study of bees in apple orchards revealed that a wider diversity of species had a positive effect on apple production.
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.
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.
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.
One of Cornell’s two flowering-sized Titan arums – dubbed Wee Stinky for its putrid smell – is set to bloom for the fourth time.