Alcoholic dairy products could be a solution to an increasing problem for New York’s powerhouse Greek yogurt industry as Sam Alcaine, M.S. ’07, assistant professor in the Department of Food Science, explores new uses for acid whey.
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The South Side of Chicago, where Dejah Powell ’18 grew up, is known as an urban food desert – a sprawling area that has few grocery stores. While the problem has persisted for decades, Powell has devised a solution that has already provided affordable fresh produce to residents in her former neighborhood. Read more
Hemp studies at Cornell span a range of expertise, from plant pathologists studying diseases to entomologists surveying for pests of hemp. Above, farmers inspect hemp plants growing at a Cornell research field during a field day event held at the Ithaca campus in August. Photo by Matt Hayes / CALS Read more
Anna Katharine Mansfield, associate professor of enology, and extension associates Hans Walter-Peterson and Chris Gerling, organized this week’s B.E.V. NY conference for the New York wine industry. Photo by R.J. Anderson / CCE Read more
Susan McCouch, professor of plant breeding and genetics, with grains of Scarlett, a new red rice cultivar she co-developed with collaborator Anna McClung, a researcher at the USDA Agricultural Research Service. Photo by Jason Koski/University Photography Read more