Cornell’s Teaching Dairy Barn. Lindsay France/University Photography.
Cornell’s Teaching Dairy Barn.

IBM, Cornell project to help keep global milk supply safe

Consortium for Sequencing the Food Supply Chain to create new artificial intelligence models that help identify food hazards before outbreaks occur.

IBM and Cornell University, a leader in dairy research, announced June 23 a new collaboration using next-generation sequencing and bioinformatics that's designed to help reduce the chances that the global milk supply is affected by safety breaches.

With the onset of this dairy project, Cornell has become the newest academic institution to join the Consortium for Sequencing the Food Supply Chain, a food safety initiative that includes IBM Research, Mars Inc. and Bio-Rad Laboratories In

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