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New John Wilkinson Family library shelves 3400 bottles of wine

May 20, 2016
When fully stocked, the John Wilkinson Family Wine Library, a gift from John Wilkinson ’79, will give Cornell students in vinicultural and enology courses access to wines sourced from regions across the world. Shelves more than 7 feet high are already filled with selections from eight countries and winemaking hotbeds in the U.S. like northern California and the Finger Lakes. Read more

Rich Family Foundation Fortifies Commitment to Global Food Safety

May 17, 2016
Rich Family Foundation is proud to announce a new partnership with Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) that should further the development of a safe and sustainable global food supply, through research and education. The Rich's Food Safety Lab will engage in both critical food safety research and the education of the next generation of food safety leaders  Read more

Nouvelle Cuisine

May 6, 2016
Food Science Student Excellence - IFT Product Development Competition.  Annual teams of Food Science undergrads and grad students have led Cornell to multiple wins at a major industry competition. Read more

New Institute for Food Safety

Dec 23, 2015
The Institute for Food Safety at Cornell, announced Dec. 15 with a $2 million state grant, establishes a center unique in its comprehensive approach connecting training and applied research to check the rise of foodborne illness.  Read more

State supports food processing tech with $600,000 in funding

Sep 15, 2015
At a Sept. 14 press conference, New York State Sen. Michael Nozzolio, R-54th Dist., announced $600,000 in state funds to bring a new food processing technology to Cornell’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station (NYSAES) in Geneva, New York. The Hiperbaric 55, which captures fresh taste and extends shelf life while ensuring food safety, will make Geneva a critical part of the validation of this cutting-edge system. Read more

Cornell Food Science Wins at Ocean Spray

May 20, 2015
Ocean Spray has long acknowledged the value of looking beyond its own four walls to tap the minds of rising stars in food science and culinary arts. And this year, Ocean Spray invited students from fifteen food science and culinary programs to participate in its first annual product development competition. Read more

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