A Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics study shows new regional production of broccoli in the Eastern United States is economically viable, with no negative impact on consumers prices.
College Scholars in the College of Arts and Sciences who studied climate change, local food movements, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and other topics, presented their research April 17.
Cornell faculty members Hening Lin and Olga Boudker have been named 2015 Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigators, the institute announced May 19.
The George Gellert family's $3 million gift has created and endowed the Gellert Family Professorship in Food Safety. Foodborne disease expert Martin Widemann is the inaugural chair holder.
Weill Cornell Medical College and international scientists have discovered the precise molecular steps that enable pancreatic cancer to spread to the liver. The finding may lead to targeted treatments.
A half century ago, Cornell developmental psychologist Urie Bronfenbrenner gave Congressional testimony that eventually led to the creation of the Head Start program.
A $15.7M grant from the New York State Stem Cell Science Program to scientists at Weill Cornell Medical College and Memorial Sloan Kettering to develop techniques to treat blood disorders.
In his new book, The Economics of Biofuel Policies: Impacts on Price Volatility in Grain and Oilseed Markets, Harry de Gorter links biofuel policies to turmoil in world markets.
Students from a variety of Cornell majors presented patient-centric ideas for a proposed expansion of Hospicare and Palliative Care Services of Tompkins County.
Marcia Eames-Sheavly ’83, a senior lecturer and senior extension associate in the Horticulture Section, shares her passion for botanical illustration. A show of her work opened May 4 at Cornell Plantations.