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Upstate Farms of Rochester selected for best milk in New York state by testers at Cornell

Cornell's Department of Food Science has selected Upstate Farms of Rochester as producer of the highest quality milk in New York state. The annual selection was announced today (Aug. 28) at the New York State Fair's Dairy Day. The analytical tests are run at Cornell.

McCadam's cheddar judged top cheese in New York by state panel at Cornell University

The young cheddar cheese at McCadam Cheese Co., Heuvelton, N.Y., has been judged the top cheese in New York state for 2000, beating out cheeses in all categories. The judging took place at Cornell University in mid-August and was on Aug. 28 at the New York State Fair's Dairy Day.

Actors' union leader Theodore Bikel is speaker Aug. 31 Emmy-winning actor starred in everything from Broadway musicals to Star Trek episodes

Theodore Bikel, an Emmy award-winning actor and former leader of Actors' Equity Association, the pre-eminent U.S. union for stage actors, is the pre-Labor Day speaker at Cornell University Aug. 31.

Big Red team ready to defend world title at RoboCup 2000 in Australia with improved soccer-playing robots

Brimming with confidence and armed with improved versions of last year's winning robots, eight Cornell University students left today for Australia, where the Big Red team will defend its title in the fourth annual World Cup of robotic soccer, known as RoboCup.

How does 'six degrees of separation' work? Explanation is personal networking, Cornell computer scientist says

We all know it's a small world: Any one of us is only about six acquaintances away from anyone else. Even in the vast confusion of the World Wide Web, on the average, one page is only about 16 to 20 clicks away from any other. But how, without being able to see the whole map, can we get a message to a person who is only "six degrees of separation" away?

Cornell Plantations' Wednesday lecture series starts Sept. 4

Botanical art, insect vision, lawn laments and arboreal architecture are among the topics for speakers in Cornell Plantations' Fall 2002 series of 10 Wednesday lectures.

Fall 2000 lecture series at Cornell Plantations covers valuable plants and worthless ones, too

From "million-dollar landscapes" to weeds worth removing, Cornell Plantations addresses a range of horticultural topics with its fall 2000 series of Wednesday night lectures, beginning Sept. 6.

Sticky computer problem cracked by researchers at Cornell, SUNY Binghamton: How to recycle old machines

A barrier to 100 percent recycling of outmoded computers has been overcome with the development of an environmentally friendly adhesive.

Historic Icelandic sagas on view in rare Kroch Library exhibition

One thousand years ago, a pioneering Icelandic woman came to the New World and gave birth to the first child of European descent in North America.

Akwe:kon Press wins six first-place awards at NAJA ceremony

Native Americas, the hemispheric journal published by the Akwe:kon Press at Cornell University's American Indian Program, won seven national media awards.

Researcher in consumer behavior looks at attitudes of gratitude that affect gratuities

Michael Lynn worked his way through college hustling for tips as a waiter, then turned the study of tipping into an academic career.

Five Cornell faculty members receive NSF early career awards

Five assistant professors in Cornell's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering have received Faculty Early Career Development Program grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF).