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New research is clarifying the historical timeline for the dates of occupation at four Native American settlements in New York’s Mohawk Valley.

Trained Cornell Cooperative Extension agents teamed with New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets personnel across the state to offer free and confidential on-farm readiness reviews to insure that farmers can meet new produce safety standards.

Ursa Space Systems, a geospatial intelligence agency located in Ithaca and founded by alumni Adam Maher and Derek Edinger, and Julie Baker, recently obtained $15 million in Series B funding.

Researchers from Cornell and Pennsylvania State University are developing a high-tech, portable imaging system that will increase profits and yields by making winter grapevine pruning more efficient.

Darryl Epps is among the hundreds of men incarcerated in New York who have transformed themselves through the Cornell Prison Education Program. CPEP reduces recidivism and saves taxpayers millions with college behind bars. 

Professor of practice Jon McKenzie is helping area students see the possibilities in making media, from info comics to video, to tell stories about real issues in their lives and in their communities.

Cornell AgriTech researchers are tackling a form of onion leaf blight that recently has affected 75% of New York state onion crops, a $44.7 million industry.

A group of researchers led by adjunct professor David Stern, president of the Boyce Thompson Institute, has developed a type of corn that is chill-resistant, which could increase growing area and productivity.

The state Capitol building in Albany was awash in Cornell red on Jan. 27 as state Senate and Assembly members welcomed more than 50 Cornell Cooperative Extension directors from across the state.