A new report from the InterAcademy Partnership explores how the sciences can be better applied to achieve regional and global food security.
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An innovative exercise helps stakeholders break out of set ways of thinking.
Women face disadvantages in adopting better irrigation techniques. Key points on how to address this gender imbalance.
A workshop employs creative mapping techniques to visualize interview data.
Better irrigation technologies that should conserve water may lead to greater consumption—what to do?
Global food security depends on the ability to monitor shifting developments in agriculture.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation China Director Yinuo Li writes on the promise of China-Africa partnerships for the continent's agricultural development.
IFPRI's head of capacity strengthening recalls advice from Nobel Peace Prize winner Norman Borlaug that guided his career.
Poor science communication and distortionary subsidies slow diffusion of better seeds and farming methods.
Applying agricultural technology to build yields and meet the SDGs.