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World Class Research in Agriculture and Technology

Cornell NYS Experiment Station Geneva, NY

Cornell NYS Experiment Station Geneva, NY, Photo: Dennis Angelo

Agricultural Water Quality Testing Methods

Assessing agricultural water testing methods for NYS farmers, Photo: Institute for Food Safety at Cornell

High Pressure Processing Validation Center, Cornell University, Geneva, NY

High Pressure Processing Validation Center, Cornell University, Geneva, NY, Photo: Cornell Institute for Food Safety

Bill Strassburg Reporting on the Cornell AgriTech Center of Excellence

Bill Strassburg reporting on the Cornell AgriTech Center of Excellence in Geneva, NY, Photo: Teresa Angelo

Institute for Food Safety at Cornel

Reducing microbial risks from farm to fork. Photo: Courtesy Cornell Institute for Food Safety

Cutting edge research is located in the Finger Lakes

Experts predict the world demand for food to double within the next twenty years. Consumers clamor for enhanced variety and nutrition in what they eat and drink. Food technology of the future requires a new era of innovation.

Universities located in the Finger Lakes engage in both empirical and applied research on a wide variety of technological study such as sensor engineering, crop production, food processing, food safety, biological and environmental management, ecology, energy research, sustainability, bio-medical research and all aspects of food science.

Cornell University located in Ithaca along with its applied research component in Geneva at Cornell AgriTech, the New York State Experiment Station, have a world class reputation in scientific research in all phases of the life sciences.

Major Research Institutions

Cornell, along with the Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Rochester and Syracuse University combine to create an unrivaled Finger Lakes research triangle.

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