A Cornell study has revealed satisfaction among farmers in Bangladesh who generated higher yields and revenues using four types of genetically engineered aubergines.
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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.
Cornell University scientists have discovered that the long-dormant Stemphylium leaf blight disease is the cause of an increase in dieback of onion crops in New York.
Cornell's research on Listeria monocytogenes (Lm) will continue throughout 2020 with the aim to provide a better understanding of Lm prevalence in frozen food facilities and related risk assessment.
The rural poor in Ethiopia tend to live near lower-quality markets that sell food at high prices, impacting the health of children, a study from the International Food Policy Research Institute has found.
A new 'butter' formulation has been developed that is approximately one-fourth the calories of regular butter.
The use of genome sequencing in the food industry will lead to the consistently reliable detection of salmonella, according to new research.
Multi-year droughts in the Caribbean have meant increasing food insecurity and decreasing freshwater availability for over two million people.
Orange whey is not considered commercially viable so cheddar makers often waste it. The new method could bring a welcome chunk of revenue back into the producer's pocket.
Researchers have called for microbial safety standards for the currently unregulated mould spores to prevent food spoilage.
A new test, developed by Cornell University, allows accurate, rapid testing for Salmonella bacteria, one of the leading causes of food-borne illness across all regions of the world.
Research concludes that far from an exercise in apathy, behind the human willingness to eat meat lies an involved belief system linked to hierarchical structures.