Associate professor Todd Schmit and his research team claim to have found data that suggests communities that possess more non-profits, social enterprises and creative industries help farmers prosper.
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A decline in biodiversity could have a damaging nutritional effect on populations dependent on fish according to a new study of the Peruvian Amazon.
Researchers from Cornell University say their findings call for a rewrite of the identification protocols issued by food safety regulators when it comes to listeria.
Researchers say the new instrument can take the subjectivity out of cleaning debates, by quickly identifying areas of food production plants that have not been cleaned properly.
The Victoria oat blight was devastating for oat-growing regions in the US, but scientists have now uncovered the genetic make-up of the disease and can better understand how it attacks oat crops.
Engineering graduates at Cornell University in the United States have developed an algorithm to help food banks make better use of their donations.
Milk consumption among children has been declining for decades, which could have long-term implications for health, according to the study authors.
A collaborative study from Cornell University and Washington State University has found that some farmers will have to decide between either low yields or revenue instability as a result of climate change.
Despite initial higher, relative costs, developing a food safety plan for small farms opens up new markets, according to a study by Cornell University.
A Cornell study has revealed satisfaction among farmers in Bangladesh who generated higher yields and revenues using four types of genetically engineered aubergines.
Bacterial canker of tomato is a disease that leads to wilt, cankers, and eventually death in the fruit, but breeders have reportedly known that wild tomatoes carry some form of pathogenic resistance to the disease, but with limited knowledge.
The scientists have reportedly developed a method to determine Salmonella serotypes in just two hours, and the whole identification process within eight hours.
According to research from the Cornell University SC Johnson College of Business, opening more supermarkets could see less food being spoiled as people purchase food more frequently in smaller quantities.
Researchers from Cornell University studied hemp from two sites to determine whether the difference in growing conditions affected THC levels.