Facing high water, Hudson towns reimagine waterfronts

With the Hudson River rising from a fast-warming climate, the cities and towns along its banks now have an opportunity to save and reimagine their municipal waterfronts.

‘Chopped Junior’ winner finds healing through food

Cassidy Tryon won Food Network’s “Chopped Junior” at age 12, shortly before being diagnosed with Crohn's disease. She's now studying food science at Cornell while continuing to master cooking for her diet.

NASA engineer is Alabama’s first certified Black woman winemaker

After honing her wine skills through eCornell classes, NASA engineer Rada Griffin launched Anissa Wakefield Wines, becoming the first certified Black woman winemaker in Alabama.

Cornell Atkinson Advances Four Joint Research Projects, Deepens EDF Partnership

The Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability and Environmental Defense Fund collaborate on four Innovation for Impact Fund (IIF) awards to foster creative collisions that provoke large-scale, long-term change.

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Partnership bears fruit with release of two new grape varieties

Two newly released grape varieties, developed collaboratively between Cornell AgriTech and Sun World International, a global fruit genetics and licensing company, offer new flavors for consumers and better growing characteristics for farmers.

Ag genetics startup Meiogenix joins McGovern Center

Meiogenix, a next-generation technology startup that helps agricultural crops find their own genetic solutions, via chromosome editing, has joined Cornell’s McGovern Center incubator.

Teams take a crack at world food issues at digital ag hackathon

Students from 28 fields across six different schools gathered at the fourth annual Digital Agriculture Hackathon, March 11-13, to find solutions to global food system issues while competing for cash prizes.

Hotel Ezra Cornell drink winners play up pineapple

The student-created signature drinks for Hotel Ezra Cornell 97 to celebrate the Nolan School of Hotel Administration’s centennial, feature the humble pineapple, long a hospitality symbol.

Enrollment now open for Summer Session 2022

Students are invited to enroll now for Cornell’s Summer Session where they can earn up to 15 credits. Courses are offered online, on campus and around the world in three-, six- and eight-week sessions between May 31 and August 2, 2022.

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