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Students recount life-changing CCE internships

Their projects served communities across New York, from improving soil at community farms in New York City to developing an anti-racism curriculum for Hudson Valley teens.

Students teach NYC teens about food systems, justice

A recent study brought together Cornell students and faculty and New York City teenagers to explore how nutrition education can improve nutrition and promote positive youth development in places with little or no access to healthy, affordable food.

Natural climate protection may be written in stone

The rocky surface of Earth’s geology may provide a buffer for climate change to absorb excess carbon, according to a new Cornell paper in Global Biogeochemical Cycles.

Canadian research team earns Borlaug Gene Stewardship Award

The rust-resistant wheat cultivar development team at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) earned the Borlaug Global Rust Initiative (BGRI) 2021 Gene Stewardship Award for their long-standing innovations and strategies to…

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Cheers! Wine’s red grape pulp offers nutritional bounty

Cornell food scientists now show that the leftover pulp from the red wine making process has the potential to be a nutritive, illness-reducing treasure.

$3M grant funds cover crop breeding for organic farmers

A Cornell-led national network of scientists and farmers is developing new varieties of cover crops with sustainable benefits that are better adapted to local regions and stressors.

Grants fund Cornell AES work to improve lives in NYS

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded $3.9 million in funding to the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station to support 52 projects across three colleges.

Free online course teaches agricultural resilience

A new online course opens opportunities for scientists and agricultural development professionals to blend technical skills with the most advanced findings in social sciences.

Collaboration plants seeds for cultural, biological conservation

A campus partnership with the Gayogo̱hó:nǫ’ (Cayuga Nation) seeks to conserve biodiversity and simultaneously safeguard human cultural values and traditions – including language – that depend on these natural resources.