Cornell AES greenhouses offer controlled environments for innovative research

Cassava plants in a greenhouse in winterCassava plants in a greenhouse in winter

Care of research crops continues throughout the season at the Cornell Orchards

Pruning apple trees from a motorized platform at the Cornell OrchardsPruning apple trees from a motorized platform at the Cornell Orchards

Discussing up-to-date research at a field day at Musgrave Research Farm

A young female researcher explains the latest research findings to a small groupA young female researcher explains the latest research findings to a small group

Producing high-quality compost at the compost facility managed by Farm Services

The windrow turner is turning compost at Cornell's compost facilityThe windrow turner is turning compost at Cornell's compost facility

Plant growth chambers provide carefully controlled environments for sensitive research

A student researcher examines rice plant in a plant growth chamberA student researcher examines rice plant in a plant growth chamber
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Improving people's lives

The Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station (Cornell AES) – an integral part of three colleges – advances research on food and agriculture systems, the environment, applied economics, and community and individual development. By doing so, Cornell AES improves people’s lives and contributes towards Cornell’s Land Grant mission of discovery, engagement, and advancement of learning.

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