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Heavy man — Cornell’s Hiperbaric 55 pressures pathogens

Pressure kills bugs. Anyone who’s ever stepped on a creepy crawly and heard that familiar crunch knows that. It takes a lot more pressure than a pair of penny loafers, though, to kill microscopic pathogens like E. coli and Listeria, and Cornell University is proving its heavy-weight status as a food safety leader with its… Continue Reading

New Food Safety Institute for Helping New York Producers Comply With FSMA

When it comes to food and waterborne illnesses, Cornell University is always going to have a mixed history. That’s because the University and the surrounding town of Ithaca, NY helped bring about a typhoid epidemic that got away on the campus and town in 1903, killing 82 people including 29 Cornell students. It remains one… Continue Reading