Featured international programs
The Department of Global Development in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences meets the fundamental challenges of development and food security through teaching, research and outreach programs.
The Alliance for Science seeks to promote access to scientific innovation as a means of enhancing food security, improving environmental sustainability and raising the quality of life globally.
Advancing Women in Agriculture through Research and Education (AWARE) focuses on women in agriculture as an underserved majority to improve food security, reduce poverty, and aid rural development in developing countries.
Partners with scientists and stakeholders around the globe to co-develop tools, technologies, and methods in crop improvement that address local concerns and focus on building equitable community impact.
An effort to enable interoperability among plant breeding databases. A standardized RESTful web service API for communicating plant breeding data, this community-driven standard is free to all.
The Borlaug Global Rust Initiative (BGRI) is an international consortium, led in part by Cornell faculty, working to reduce the world’s vulnerability wheat rust and enhance world wheat productivity.