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ACE Science Students Visit NYSAES

Nearly 50 high school seniors from the Genesee Community College Accelerated College Enrollment Program braved a 90-minute, packed school bus ride to learn about Cornell, the Station, biotechnology, food science and food safety on July 22. ACE Programs is a partnership between Genesee Community College and Western New York high schools to provide college courses […]

Emergency Evacuation Drills Scheduled for August 2009

Emergency Evacuation Drills Scheduled for August 2009

Have you met Ben-Min Chang?

Ben-Min Chang arrived at the station on July 2nd from the National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan. He’s currently working toward his master’s degree. His major advisor in Taiwan is one of our very own graduates, Kuo-Tan Li. Kuo-Tan received his Ph.D. in pomology in 2001 after studying for many years with Alan Lakso’s program. Kuo-Tan’s […]

Microsensor to Give Growers Real-time Glimpse into Water Stress in Plants

‘Lab on a chip’ to give growers real-time glimpse into water stress in plants By Chris Bentley ’10 Fifteen years ago, when Alan Lakso first sought to enlist Cornell’s nanofabrication laboratory to develop a tiny sensor that would measure water stress in grapevines, the horticultural sciences professor ended up back at the drawing board. Ted […]

Future Agricultural Cooperative Leaders Visit Cornell-NYSAES

The Northeast Cooperative Council will hold its annual Future Leaders Conference at the Geneva Ramada Lakefront this week, July 15-17.  National Grape Cooperative will host the 2009 conference and tour of the Finger Lakes in conjunction with the Cooperative Enterprise Program in the Department of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell.  On Thursday, some 50 […]

Larry Smart joins Horticultural Science faculty

Dr. Larry Smart joined the Department of Horticultural Sciences on July 1 as Associate Professor of Plant Breeding and Genetics. Dr. Smart comes from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, where he established a breeding program in bioenergy willow. He will continue that program in Geneva. Larry has a BS from Cornell and a […]