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Photos Americans have a kind of love-hate relationship with the way their food is produced...There is an idea of what agriculture should be similar to prior generations that grew their own food for their own families to consume. You would then sell
Accelerating entrepreneurial approaches and innovative solutions...The 2013 Borlaug Dialogue takes place October 16-18 in Des Moines, Iowa. View the full series here . Ren Wang is the Assistant Director General of the Agriculture and Consumer
Alan Weisman, bestselling author of "The World Without Us," tackles the world's exploding human population in his new book, "Countdown."...AM PDT A view of Sao Paulo, Brazil, one of the world's largest megacities with nearly 20 million people.
President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee, inaugurated the Borlaug Global Rust Initiative (BGRI) Technical Workshop for 2013 here today. Over 400 scientists, crop experts and farmers from all over the world are participating in the workshop.
The spread of wind-blown disease will depend on west-east air flow pattern' India does not face any immediate threat from the Ug99 wheat rust disease that hits the stem of a wheat plant...With wheat production steadily on the rise, the country is
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Norman Borlaug's India visit, top US and Indian officials have paid glowing tributes to the legacy the father of the Green Revolution who helped India become self-reliant in food production. Dr. Borlaug spent
Sandy Lerner and Len Bosack, who had developed a groundbreaking new connectivity device called a router while working on Stanford University's computer staff...The real story -- as is often the case with any massive technology company with
EDT Source: Food toxicologist and UC-Davis Professor, Carl Winter, PhD, is available to discuss from a toxicology perspective on whether or not people should be concerned about the new Consumer Reports study out today about arsenic in rice.
From Crooked Timber, how would open borders affect the well-being of the world's population? Chris Bertram on open borders, wages, and economists (and part 2 ). From Doublethink, Jarrett Skorup on Norman Borlaug , the American who fed the world.
Aditi Mukherji, a young Indian social scientist, has become the first recipient of the Norman Borlaug Award for Field Research and Application given by the World Food Prize Foundation. Monday night announcement. "This is in recognition of my years of