The Cornell Dairy Center of Excellence connects over 100 faculty and staff at Cornell with expertise in the dairy industry. These faculty and staff engage in research, extension outreach, and teaching, and come from departments across the university. The goals of the DCOE include facilitating research collaboration, enhancing the visibility of dairy expertise at Cornell, and improving teaching and the dairy education experience for both students and stakeholders within and beyond our land-grant colleges.

Announcements

Martin Wiedmann has been elected as as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Wiedmann has made important contributions in the fields of food safety and food microbiology, particularly for the development, implementation and industry translation of molecular approaches to reducing foodborne illness transmission. His research aims to develop the scientific knowledge needed to prevent and control foodborne and zoonotic diseases caused by bacteria. Read more
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Connect with a DCOE Fellow

Francisco A. Leal-Yepes

Instructor, Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences • Clinical Programs Center, Room C2-554 • (607) 253-3140• fal43@cornell.edu

Sam Alcaine

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News & Videos

Future cartons will track milk from farm to fridge, May 10, 2019

Cornell food scientists are designing the milk carton of the future that will give consumers precise “best by” dates and improve sustainability by reducing food waste. Read more

Study to help heat-stressed dairy cows weather increasing temperatures, April 11, 2019

A warming world represents a growing threat to the dairy industry. With climate change pushing global temperatures higher, finding scientific solutions that protect the well-being and productivity of dairy cows is critical. A Cornell researcher has won a grant to do just that. Read more

U.C. Davis Animal Science Professor Discusses Agriculture’s Contribution to Climate Change, April 11, 2019

On Monday afternoon, Prof. Frank Mitloehner, animal science and Air Quality Extension Specialist at the University of California, Davis, discussed the latest research surrounding animal agriculture and its “surprisingly modest” contribution to global greenhouse emissions. Mitloehner pointed at food waste as the largest contributor to environmental damage. Read more

Cornell model helps dairy farms reduce nitrogen, save money , March 19, 2019

The Chesapeake Bay – about 235 miles down the Susquehanna River from New York’s Southern Tier – and other waterways might grow cleaner, thanks to new updates and improvements in a Cornell dairy nutrition model. Read more
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