Read the interview with John Duxbury, professor of Crop and Soil Sciences, about the future of food in a warming world in Mother Jones
about highly sought-after traits in new wheat varieties in an attempt to quantify wheat-breeding priorities of specific populations, such as women farmers. See the article in The Cornell Chronicle.
“The gift will allow us to bring in young, bright, motivated students from across the country, and in some cases internationally,” said DiTommaso, associate professor of crop and soil sciences, and Director of the ...
in Vancouver, Canada, will discuss the challenges of reducing organic carbon and nitrous oxide emissions from the soil, Chronicle article