Discovering the potential of multispectral UAV and satellite sensors in detecting wheat rust in EthiopiaEnvironmental health and biodiversity
Sensor technology is an efficient mitigator of crop epidemic and global food security risks.
Source: Alliance Bioversity & CIAT (23 Nov 2023)
New partnership between the CGIAR and the British Government.
Source: Gender Impact Platform (21 Nov 2023)
Teams from Queensland DAF, Agriculture Victoria and others joined B.M. Prasanna, CIMMYT’s Maize Program Director, to discuss fall armyworm management and explore future collaboration on plant health.
Source: IFDC (5 Nov 2023)
Source: FAO (6 Nov 2023)
FAO director general, QU Dongyu, honors memories with Dr. Borlaug at CIMMYT in 2006.
Source: Life Technology (30 Oct 2023)
AGREE, created by UC Davis and CIMMYT, helps analyze emissions from diverse agricultural activities.
Source: Progressive Farmer (25 Oct 2023)
Bram Govaerts, CIMMYT director general, emphasized the global impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on agriculture and the link between peace and food production.
Generating evidence and contributing to discussions and policy actions for inclusive and impactful agrifood systems, leading researchers from CIMMYT working with various stakeholders—including rural women farmers in Asia and Africa—converge in New Delhi at the 2023 CGIAR GENDER Impact Platform and ICAR Conference.
As the world faces food insecurity and malnutrition fueled by a changing climate, experts reveal that millets, a valuable nutritious and climate-resilient food source, offer an opportunity to enhance sustainable food production and transform food systems.
New survey identifies opportunities for redesigning crop varieties to win the race between climate change and food security.
Source: Grain Central (26 Sep 2023)
Breeding and seed technology is an important part of the partnerships that will continue to foster thriving markets.
CIMMYT mourns the passing of the “Father of the Green Revolution in India”, Monkombu Sambasivan Swaminathan.
Source: Quartz (20 Sep 2023)
As hotter temperatures and drought become the norm in places used to growing wheat, CIMMYT is working to face new and ongoing challenges to develop a more climate resilient wheat.
One CGIAR System Board Chair Lindiwe Majele Sibanda shares lessons from her life and wide-ranging career.