The CIMMYT community honors the memory of John A. Mihm, CIMMYT’s maize entomologist during the 1970s-90s,
The developing world’s appetite for wheat is growing swiftly, driven in part by rising incomes, rapid urbanization and the expansion of families where both spouses work outside the house.
Traits sought include better resilience under high temperatures, drought conditions or the attacks of rapidly-evolving crop diseases.
Summer intern says her experience working with CIMMYT researchers in Turkey profoundly changed her career and her life.
CIMMYT scientist talks about the new wheat genome map
Scientists from 46 countries share and discuss new developments, science, challenges, and opportunities.
Workshop participants learned how to use the latest in technology to identify and keep track of the deadly Wheat Blast disease.
The declining area sown to wheat worldwide, together with stockpiling by China, is masking significant risk in global wheat markets, experts at Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) in the UK caution.
Winners of the Jeanie Borlaug Laube Women in Triticum (WIT) Early Career Award joined an on-going wheat research training course organized by CIMMYT.