Empire Farm Days, the largest outdoor agricultural trade show in the Northeastern U.S., focused on soil health Aug. 7-9 in Seneca Falls, New York.
A startup founded at Cornell Tech digitizing the way teachers chart autistic children’s progress has raised $1.13 million in venture capital and will work with more than a dozen clinic chains and autism schools in the coming year.
Cornell will conduct a survey of the sub-terrain on campus and in the towns of Ithaca and Dryden Sept. 21-25, the next step in its plan to implement Earth Source Heat.
Everest Seedless, the newest offering from Cornell’s grape breeders, is a big, bold fruit that comes with a towering history.
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.
Cornell’s berry breeding program is releasing two new varieties, which will be available for planting in spring 2019: a strawberry, Dickens, and a raspberry, Crimson Treasure.
CALS and venture capital firm Medstrada have partnered to establish an entrepreneurial community in New York state to take on challenges in agriculture, nutrition and food production.
Upstate businessman Mike Trudell brought his Perfectly Pickled Products to market with the aid of the Cornell Food Venture Center.
Christa Glazier ’01 was presented with the second Cornell New York State Hometown Alumni Award in Syracuse Aug. 28.