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June 26, 2020


Breaking Ground: Lennart Woltering is a catalyst for achieving sustainable impact at scale - CIMMYT Scaling Advisor emphasizes importance of context and systemic thinking in how we do our research and implement projects


How local knowledge contributes to agricultural innovation


June 23, 2020


New study reveals use of antibiotics on crops is more widespread than previously thought


June 19, 2020


Eiweißversorgung der Zukunft – Gesund und klimafreundlich
Protein supply of the future - healthy and climate-friendly


June 16, 2020


Roadmap laid out for next generation of crops for high productivity and resilience to climate change


June 11, 2020


A Sunflower Story - The Crop Trust’s Luis Salazar visits Argentina, where our Crop Wild Relatives Project pre-breeding partners from INTA, the National Agricultural Technology Institute, are evaluating hundreds of new crosses between wild and domesticated sunflowers


June 3, 2020


Global warming will lift agriculture weed threat


June 2, 2020


USA - Leaders call for 'Moonshot' on nutrition research - Science and policy experts urge coordinated research in face of national nutrition crisis


May 21, 2020


USA - New biotech rules could foster innovation (Quad-Cities Online)


USA - New biotech rules could foster innovation (Quad-Cities Online)


May 11, 2020


"Trockenstresstoleranz": Pflanzenzucht in Klimawandel-Zeiten (Süddeutsche Zeitung)


May 8, 2020


Why we need to know more about wheat, and faster (Swiss Info)


May 7, 2020


An oilseed’s forward progress is good news for CRISPR - Can the momentum be maintained? (CropLife)


Crossing boundaries: Cornell University’s thriving research ecosystem


May 6, 2020


Stages of early generation seed systems (AgriLinks)


May 5, 2020


Tulip research at the John Innes Center springs into life – part 1


May 4, 2020


‘Near-unlivable’ heat for one-third of humans within 50 years if greenhouse gas emissions are not cut
Over 50 jaar is het ‘vrijwel onleefbaar heet’ voor een derde van de wereldbevolking


April 30, 2020


Crop Sciences research poised perfectly for these times (Effingham Daily News)


April 29, 2020


Local food crops can feed less than a third of the world's population
Regionale Nahrungsmittel können weniger als ein Drittel der Weltbevölkerung ernähren


April 28, 2020


Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada closes door on field research for 2020 (Grainews)


April 27, 2020


Dramatic loss of food plants for insects - Researchers from the Universities of Bonn and Zurich investigated the 100-year development in the canton of Zurich


April 23, 2020


El sector internacional de semillas reconoce la comprometida labor de tres españoles


Helping future wheats see the light of day


Make use of opportunities for gene technologies in agroecological agriculture
Kansen voor gentechnieken in agro-ecologische landbouw niet laten liggen


April 21, 2020


Our planet earth: looking to the future


April 17, 2020


Relying on “local food” is a distant dream for most of the world
Lähiruoka on enemmistölle sula mahdottomuus


April 16, 2020


The value of research on plant resistance to insects - Entomologist and CIMMYT partner Mike Smith explains the importance of documenting the economic value of crop pest research


April 14, 2020


Bejo et De Groot en Slot : 50 ans de partenariat en allium


April 10, 2020


Purdue University’s wheat specialist Herb Ohm sees decades of work come to fruition


Canada - Is gene editing being properly used? (The Western Producer)


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