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A person reaches for a package of frozen meat at the farmers market.
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Scanner data can help NYS farmers boost market sales

Researchers partnered with NYS livestock farmers using point-of-sale technology, then analyzed their market transactions and uncovered insights that could increase farmers’ profits.

A sign on an easel that reads sale, with a question mark.
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What Happened to Black Friday? Nathan Yang Explains

If you were disappointed with 2023 Black Friday deals, you are not alone. Yang explains how the pandemic changed Black Friday forever.

Cheryl Stanley and Douglass Miller clink glasses near a bar cart with cocktail ingredients.
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Nonalcoholic drinks with complex flavors top NYE trends

Cornell food and beverage experts offer up on-trend, nonalcoholic cocktail recipes and tips for the holiday season.

Two students lean over a table as they place food on paper plates.
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MBA students coach Dyson undergrads consulting for business clients

Edible insect pizza. Healthy yogurt. Fast disposable alternatives. MBA coaches work with undergrad teams consulting for real-world clients on issues that impact society.

Students sitting next to each other in a crowded lecture hall smile and clink wine glasses before tasting the white wine in them.
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Iconic Wines Class Gets Better with Age

“Introduction to Wines” marks 50 years of teaching Cornellians about the finer points of wine.

9 young women, most dressed in business attire and one in a sari, standing side by side outside a stone building in the fall.
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New Group Unites, Empowers Female Students of Color

Dyson’s Trisha Beher ’25 founded student group Women Leaders of Color to unite and empower women of color and prepare them for leadership roles.

John Wu standing next to a Dyson School banner.
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John Wu’s Journey from Tech Investor to Blockchain Entrepreneur and Web3 Champion

Blockchain entrepreneur John Wu ’92 built his career through Cornell connections and gives back as an advisor, speaker, and benefactor.

Students, wearing hard hats and construction vests, gather in an unfinished apartment; the student in the center is speaking.
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Students learn about financing affordable housing developments

Cornell SC Johnson College undergraduates visited an active construction site and learned how affordable housing developments are financed.

Four students and the owner of Treleaven winery stand in front of wooden wine barrels.
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Students hope to help NYS wine industry reuse bottles

Students at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business are working on a solution to a significant sustainability problem facing New York state’s wine industry: how to reuse the bottles.