High stalks: Could rhubarb be New York State’s next big crop?

A little sour, a little sweet, a tiny bit vegetal: New rhubarb cultivars could be a significant boon to the state’s wines, beers, distilled spirits and hard ciders.

Art brings science to life along the Mohawk River

Through the capstone course Art and Science of the Mohawk River Watershed, a group of environment and sustainability majors studied the river through the lenses of art, science and culture, deepening their understanding of a complex natural system.

NY FarmNet brings suicide prevention education to communities across NYS

NY FarmNet is bringing the Talk Saves Lives suicide prevention education program to bring rural communities throughout New York state.

Around Cornell

New method produces fresher, tastier cold-pressed Concord grape juice

Cornell AgriTech’s first-of-its-kind research combines the nonthermal processing technologies of pulsed electric field and high-pressure processing.

Community college transfers flourish at Cornell

Graduating transfer students from SUNY and CUNY community colleges reflect on their journeys – as well as the support, opportunity and community they've found at Cornell.

Students of different faiths unite to plant trees, give back

The inaugural Interfaith Service Day provided students with the opportunity to meet people from different backgrounds and faiths while planting trees at Groundswell Incubator Farm.

Broadband for All? Mapping and Discussing the Progress, Challenges Across NYS

Community partners, policymakers and the public are invited to join Rusty Weaver, ILR Buffalo Co-Lab research director, for a virtual presentation of the newly updated New York State Digital Equity Portal from noon to 1:30 p.m. May 24.

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Matias awarded for community-engaged hiring transparency project

Students in COMM 2450 are studying the impact of the world’s first AI-related hiring transparency law. Assistant professor J. Nathan Matias received the George D. Levy Engaged Teaching and Research Award for leading the community-engaged project.

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Experts provide facts about avian influenza for dairy producers

While a strain of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus has been detected in dairy cattle in nine states – not including New York state – the commercial milk supply continues to be safe, according to a panel of experts.