Winners of the Jeanie Borlaug Laube Women in Triticum (WIT) Early Career Award joined an on-going wheat research training course organized by CIMMYT.
Crop genetic gains remain too low, and international scientists are making a concerted effort to determine how best to increase yields.
Malnutrition is rising again and becoming more complex, according to the director-general of the world’s leading public maize and wheat research center.
A new commentary published today in Nature Plants highlights the importance of an ancient grass species for wheat breeding.
New book highlights our relationship with nature and humanity’s future and tackles the age-old question: Can we control nature or are we, like all other species, bound by its laws?
Community conversations, a human-centered approach, puts people in charge of their own development in maize-based communities in Ethiopia.
People who eat whole grain foods have a lower risk of almost all chronic diseases and are less likely to gain weight as they age, according to nutritionist Julie Miller Jones.