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Soil bacteria could improve crop yields, via fungi

The findings from Boyce Thompson Institute researchers could point the way to cost-effective, eco-friendly ways of enriching soil and reducing reliance on conventional fertilizers.

Library service interruptions and updates

Cornell University Library urges patrons to plan ahead of upcoming, temporary service interruptions.

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Sustainability efforts shine with new solar collectors

A new solar collector array atop Guterman Research Center is one of several sustainability projects, from reusable dining serviceware to living laboratory experiments, that are continuing apace despite the many interruptions made by COVID-19 to campus life.

Egesi earns biotechnology honors for food security efforts in Nigeria

Chiedozie Egesi earned the Fellowship Award from the Biotechnology Society of Nigeria for his work bolstering food security efforts in Africa.

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Study exposes global ripple effects of regional water scarcity

A new study finds that not only can localized water shortages impact the global economy, but changes in global demand send positive and negative ripple effects to water basins across the globe.

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NY maple producers tap Cornell experts to diversify

The Cornell Maple Program works to develop new maple products to grow the $30 million maple industry in New York state and boost rural economies.

Novel approach to udder infection is target of new project

Dr. Gerlinde Van de Walle recently received a grant from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research to advance her stem cell research to develop a potential therapy for mastitis in cows.

Three Emerging Scholars to Lead New Research Partnerships

Cornell Atkinson has awarded three postdoctoral fellowships to researchers in wildlife conservation, freshwater ecology, and artificial intelligence.

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Cornell Small Farms Director joins CCE podcast to talk about finding our common humanity in agriculture

Under Anu Rangarajan’s direction, the Cornell Small Farms Program builds networks and cultivates relationships among new, aspiring, and longtime farmers across the state. During the past year, when staying connected feels harder than ever, Rangarajan, also an assistant director of Cornell Cooperative Extension, and her team created space for human connection and personal reflection. 

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