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LeadNY announces newest leadership program graduates
LeadNY is pleased to announce that members of its 19th class have successfully completed the “Leadership Fundamentals” portion of the training program. Class members were recognized at a graduation ceremony on April 9 in Binghamton following the...
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Hands hold tray of meat alternative called Salm'n.

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Three student teams took home top honors and a total of $10,000 for creating meat alternatives that deliver on nutrition, creativity and sustainability at the finals of Cornell’s inaugural New Food Product Competition, held April 22 at Cornell...
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Graduate student Margaux Mora stirs the Big Red Cranberry Sour ale while Derek Edinger ’94 of Brewery Ardennes looks on.

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Cornell’s fingerprints are all over the tasty Big Red Cranberry Sour ale. It uses a Cornell-bred barley, alum-grown hops, and made by Big Red Brewing students with an alum-owned brewery.
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As consumers want fewer food preservatives and less plastic waste, Cornell scientists have created a bioderived polymer that helps salad dressings and beverages last longer in the fridge.
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bull semen

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Forget sending bull semen out for complicated laboratory tests to learn whether the agricultural animal is virile. Cornell scientists have developed a faster, easier microfluidics method.
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