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Grad students brew Cornell-themed beer from NYS ingredients

It’s got Finger Lakes hops, malt and cherries, plus Cornell maple syrup. Introducing ‘Gorges Libe-ation,’ a red ale developed by grad students and chock full of New York.

Reshaping student experiences through new innovations in teaching

The faculty recipients of the 2021 Innovative Teaching and Learning Awards will use grants of up to $20,000 to explore new teaching technologies and strategies to enhance the student learning environment across campus.

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New gene could help improve tomato flavor and shelf life

A team of researchers have identified a gene that regulates tomato softening independent of ripening, a finding that could help tomato and other fruit breeders strike the right balance between good shelf life and high-quality flavor.

Weiss teaching awards honor 10 exceptional faculty

President Martha E. Pollack on Oct. 18 announced the winners of Stephen H. Weiss Awards honoring a sustained record of commitment to the teaching and mentoring of undergraduate students and to undergraduate education.

Exhibit explores landscapes of letting go

An exhibit of sculptures capture the shapes and sentiments of local landscapes.

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Prison education program leader Rob Scott joins Global Development

Rob Scott, a leader in politically engaged education in New York state who has led efforts to establish local and national coalitions for higher education in prison, has joined Cornell’s Department of Global Development in the…

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Electric sheep: Grazing in arrays supports economy, climate

A new USDA-funded project seeks to increase coordination and logistical services for farmers grazing sheep under solar arrays.

Sim City for food science takes on Listeria outbreaks

Researchers from Cornell are blending food science expertise and computer programming savvy to help the food industry stop Listeria outbreaks.

Agribusiness vies with democracy in California, book says

A new book, “In the Struggle: Scholars and the Fight Against Industrial Agribusiness in California,” by Scott J. Peters and Daniel J. O’Connell, weaves together the stories of eight scholar-activists who opposed agribusiness consolidation in California.