A new collaboration will support the expansion of agricultural research in China.
Catch up on presentations from CIMMYT scientists and researchers at COP27, held between November 6-18.
Exploring research-based solutions for the effects of climate change and food system shocks on smallholder farmers and global agrifood systems.
For the International Week of Science and Peace, Govaerts and Burke analyze whether it is possible to achieve food security without peace, and how the two are interlinked.
Register for an online webinar as part of COP27 to learn about the role of genebanks in building climate-resilient supply chains.
A project run by CIMMYT is giving farmers access to demos, field days and seed fairs to improve their understanding of good agronomic practices and improved seed varieties.
Source: New Nigerian Newspaper (20 Oct 2022)
Food crops and animal feeds produced through biotechnology innovations can now be imported into Kenya after the ban on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) was lifted.
Maize and wheat seeds stored in Svalbard are essential for protecting global biodiversity for future generations.
CIMMYT discovers and validates new science, translates it into innovations, and scales them up for farmers and society.
Using technology often overlooked for analyzing genome qualities, scientists discover wheat landraces with resistance to the impacts of climate change.
Achievements and next steps discussed at the review meeting in Nairobi, Kenya.
Incorrect identification of crop varieties is widespread among farmers, according to a new CIMMYT study.
Discover how CIMMYT scientists support getting new improved seeds to farmers fields, faster.
Genetic analysis of the Afghan wheat landrace KU3067 reveals resistance to leaf rust and stripe rust, which can be used to develop further disease-resistant wheat varieties.
Farmers in Ethiopia’s lowlands trialed usage of the Kingbird wheat variety, with promising results for improved yield and increased income.