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“Apples of New York” volumes still shine as important contribution to science (and art)!

Sarah Zhang of Mother Jones recently posted an excellent article highlighting the Apples of New York volumes as important contributions to science (and art).  Take a look at her article by clicking on the image:             This post can also be accessed from our facebook page!

Arbor Day at the Station April 26

Everyone is invited to participate in our annual Arbor Day tree-planting ceremony. It will be held Friday, April 26 at 3:30 pm on the east side of Barton Hall.

Station Seminar – “Busting The Myths About Genetically Engineered Foods”

Gregory Jaffe, the Director of the Project on Biotechnology for the Center for Science in the Public Interest, will present a seminar on April 9 at 3pm in the Jordan Hall Auditorium at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva.  The title of the talk is “Busting the Myths About Genetically Engineered Foods” […]

David Rosenberger Named the 2013 IFTA Researcher of the Year

At the recent International Fruit Tree Association annual meeting in Boston MA, Dr. David Rosenberger of Cornell University was awarded the 2013 IFTA researcher of the year award. Dave  grew up on a dairy farm in Pennsylvania and then received his PhD degree from Michigan State University.  He then moved to Cornell University and took a […]