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Jan Debaene
Plant sciences gets me up in the morning. “Where there is an open mind, there will always be a frontier” (C. Kettering)
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Jan Debaene Oct 13
Nice work Satish!
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The Roslin Institute Oct 11
Dr uses data science, genetics and breeding to manage and improve populations used for production of food, feed and fibre.
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Ian Godwin Oct 9
⁩ on the importance of biotechnology in agricultural innovation ⁦⁩. Gene editing is also a powerful tool for fundamental understanding of plant processes
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Gates Foundation Oct 10
Malnutrition is the greatest health inequity in the world and in sub-Saharan Africa, it’s responsible for about half of all childhood deaths.
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AVISA Project Oct 11
is in at for an eight days training course on Breeding Approaches for Enhancing Genetic Gains in Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals. Fore more info on GLDC:
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ANWBverkeer Oct 1
De situatie in Ommerkanaal, bij Dedemsvaart: RT : Ook de van CNS in protestmars naar school
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Elwyn Grainger-Jones Sep 23
This is a phenomenal piece of work - congratulations to all involved
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AVISA Project Sep 25
Replying to @AvisaProject
:Breeding Simulation Specialist Excellence in Breeding Platform (EiB) is recruiting a Breeding Simulation Specialist to help in developing world breeders achieve higher rates of genetic gain and extract maximum value from new and proven technologies.
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ICRISAT Sep 24
“...the CGIAR has done more to feed the world’s poorest people than any other organization on earth,” said , speaking at the UN in NYC. Over US$650 million were pledged yesterday for the System Organization. Read
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Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) Sep 25
- At least 25% of drylands globally have already been degraded, affecting 250 million people, and up to 1 billion people could be at risk in the near future. Read more: Join the Digital Edition to hear more:
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AVISA Project Sep 25
Global Coalition Promises more than $650M to accelerate efforts to help 300M smallholder farmers adapt to . The investments from among other donors, will address the impact of climate change on food & agriculture.
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Jan Debaene Sep 27
Replying to @DrHikov @JoannaKP and 8 others
Thanks Lee, this will have a big potential impact on genetic gains. Implementing this will achieve our objectives for .
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ICRISAT Sep 17
A new forage sorghum hybrid makes news. on the sorghum hybrid developed with the help of breeding material, that's fast gaining popularity among Indian farmers.
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Millicent Smith Sep 15
Dr Jana Kholova talks about the important task of deploying mobile sensors for nutrition in Asia and Africa
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ICRISAT Sep 11
You thought product profiles were only for IT/automobile/retail companies? Think again...these crop deliberated on the best traits they want in their crops via their .
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AVISA Project Sep 8
Testimonial from participants on "Enabling access to quality seeds through Digital Seed Catalogue and Seed Roadmap" workshop in Accra- organized by ICRISAT through . Just Listen ... via
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CGIAR Nutrition Sep 14
“The work of and our partners is instrumental in helping them adapt to the challenges they face now and in the future," said on need to protect smallholder farmers from . Read 's op-ed for more:
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Jan Debaene Sep 15
Thanks Chris. We need input from a multidisciplinary team, including climatologists, gender specialists, nutritionists, socio-economists, marketing experts, etc. to design crop product profiles that are forward looking and demand driven. , , @CropstoEndHunger
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Gates Foundation Sep 10
Millions of smallholder farmers and their families are among the most vulnerable to . and other global leaders are calling for targeted investments to support them.
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Feed the Future Sep 7
What can be done to close financial service gaps among smallholder farmers? Take a look at 's new toolkit on integrating digital finance into ag programming:
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