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Press Clips

2016

Rui Hai Liu’s whole grains research earns nutrition prize – March 17, 2016

2014

Tomato-rich diet found to lower risk of prostate cancer, study says – Fox News, October 23, 2014

The Value of RipenessР New York Times , February 3, 2014

2013

Raw Vs. Roasted – New York Times, April 8, 2013

2012

Rui Hai Liu on Studying the Health Benefits of Whole Foods – January 3, 2012

2011

Science Vol.334, pp.1660-1663– December 23, 2011

Four faculty members elected AAAS fellows– December 16, 2011

AAAS Members Elected as Fellows – December 7, 2011

IFT Babcock-Hart Award, – May 11, 2011

2010

An Apple a Day, – East Texas Review, January 15, 2010

IFT Fellows – July 17, 2010

2008

Fruit Basket Update, The New York Times, December 8, 2008

New Fellows of the International Academy of Food Science and Technology (IAFoST)

Determining Antioxidant Activity – Food Technology

International Academy of Food Science and Technology Announces New Elected Fellows (IAFoST)

IUFoST announces New Fellows of the International Academy of Food Science and Technology (IAFoST)

The International Academy of Food Science and Technology (IAFoST): 2008 Election of new Fellows

2007

Next generation antioxidant assay takes testing inside cells, The Foodnavigator-usa.com, November 19, 2007

New Research Confirms Wild Blueberry Antioxidant Power, The Nutritionhorizon.com, November 19, 2007

Studies Prove Powerful Health Benefits of Wild Blueberries, The Associatedconvent.com, November 16, 2007

New Research Confirms Wild Blueberry Antioxidant Power, The TherapeuticsDaily.com, November 16, 2007

2006

More Reasons to Eat Your Veggies Ideas, The Wall Street Journal, July 25, 2006 [Link to PDF Page]

2005

Weill Cornell Hosts Ithaca Colleagues for Invigorating Exchange of Ideas, Dean’s Bulletin of Cornell Weil Medical College, December, 2005 [Link to PDF Page]

Disease-fighting chemicals in apples could reduce the risk of breast cancer, Cornell study in rats suggests, Cornell Chronicle, March 2, 2005 [Link to PDF version]

Cornell to host symposium, ‘Functional Foods, Bioactive Compounds and Human Health,’ May 22-24, Cornell Chronicle, January 25, 2005

2004

As some onion varieties can boost anti-cancer benefits, Cornell researchers say, Cornell Chronicle, October 7, 2004 [Link to PDF version]

2003

As If You Needed Another Reason to Eat Strawberries, Science News Online, October 18, 2003

2002

Why Is It? Whole Grains, Science Update, American Association for the Advancement of Science, September 30, 2002 (audio)

Italian chefs knew it all along: Cooking plump red tomatoes boosts disease-fighting, nutritional power, Cornell Chronicle, April, 2002

Cornell researchers turn conventional thinking about canned corn on its ear, American Chemical Society, August 8, 2002

Cooking Tomatoes Boosts Disease-Fighting Power, Science Daily, April 23, 2002

Nothing Corny About It — It’s Good For You, Health Scout, August 16, 2002

Processing corn boosts antioxidants, Science News Online, August 31, 2002

2001

An Apple a Day May Keep Cancer at Bay, Cornell Chronicle (page 6), March 29, 2001

2000

Phytochemicals in apples are found to provide anticancer and anti-oxidant benefits, Cornell Press Release, June 21, 2000

Apple a Day Adage Gets New Scientific Backing, ABC News via Reuters News Services, June 21, 2000

An Apple a Day Helps Keep Cancer Away, CancerPage.com, June 21, 2000

Hidden benefits for apple-eaters, BBC, June 21, 2000

An Apple a Day Keep Cancer Away. CBS HealthWatch, June 21, 2000