Pond emission measurements improve climate predictions

The smallest and shallowest bodies of water exhibit the greatest variability of greenhouse gas emissions over time, according to a paper that could help improve the accuracy of climate models.

Spring freeze: Cornell helps vintners recover growing season

Following a mid-May freeze, two Cornell viticulture experts are advising grape growers in New York on how to rescue their season, as vineyards now face a reduced crop and economic loss.

Receiving commissions, ROTC graduates commit to service

Graduating members of the Tri-Service Brigade received commissions to begin their military service – including the brigade’s first commission into the U.S. Space Force – at a May 26 ceremony in Statler Auditorium.

Old-growth forest preserve gains acreage through local partnership

Cornell Botanic Gardens has acquired 81 acres adjacent to the Fischer Old-growth Forest natural area in Newfield, New York, to further protect some of the county’s most mature trees – some of them 300 years old.

CREA named partner on $30M Regional Food Business Center

Cornell’s Center for Regional Economic Advancement has been named a key partner in establishing a Regional Food Business Center to help farmers and food businesses access new markets and available federal, state and local resources.

New York FarmNet cultivates stability for farming families

Fred Lee was on the verge of losing the Long Island farm he had inherited from his family. A call to New York FarmNet, and its free, confidential consultants, helped change his life and his business.

Students advocate for state policy solutions

Students in the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy’s new State Policy Advocacy Clinic developed relationships with legislators, executive branch officials, nonprofit leaders, community members and researchers across the university to help advance policy goals.

Students use the Internet of Things to connect, inspire

From monitoring blood pressure to potholes: Professor Max Zhang's Internet of Things (IoT) course teaches students how to leverage IoT sensor technology to solve real-world problems and help the community. 

New initiatives support Northeast dairy innovation

Applications are open for a new online entrepreneurship class for innovators with ideas for value-added dairy products, and finalists have been announced for a first-ever dairy products competition.