Winners of the Jeanie Borlaug Laube Women in Triticum (WIT) Early Career Award joined an on-going wheat research training course organized by CIMMYT.
Media coverage of CIMMYT’s activities.
Crop genetic gains remain too low, and international scientists are making a concerted effort to determine how best to increase yields.
As part of the efforts of the Sustainable Modernization of Traditional Agriculture program aimed at improving food security based on maize landraces in marginal areas of the state of Oaxaca, Mexico
Our germplasm banks contain the largest and most diverse collections of maize and wheat in the world.
The power of a seed.
A new publication discusses the importance of wheat in the global food supply and meeting future demand from a growing population.
Malnutrition is rising again and becoming more complex, according to the director-general of the world’s leading public maize and wheat research center.
Mike Olsen, upstream research coordinator for CIMMYT maize program, works with scientists to use new technologies to increase breeding program efficiency and genetic gain.
A recent meeting in India focused on the value of maize for unused land in India’s Odisha plateau during monsoon season and the importance of women in agriculture.