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Thursday, 2020/07/09 | 08:21:54

Talks today between FAO Director-General QU Dongyu and the Executive Vice-President of the European Commission for the European Green Deal and European Commissioner for Climate Action, Frans Timmermans, focused on the need for food systems to be environmentally friendly and innovative while noting that to achieve this, concrete policies with the right incentives are key.

Wednesday, 2020/07/08 | 08:54:30

Researchers led by Zachary Lippman at Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) have identified long-concealed hidden mutations within the genomes of 100 types of tomatoes, including an orange-berried wild plant from the Galapagos Islands, and varieties typically processed into ketchup and sauces. The team's analysis is the most comprehensive assessment of such mutations – which alter long sections of DNA – for any plant and could lead to the creation of new tomato varieties and the improvement of existing ones.

Tuesday, 2020/07/07 | 08:11:31

A social media post-training poll has revealed that 73% of women in biosciences would be willing to write and engage online audiences through Twitter and opinion pieces. This was after the science communication training conducted by African Women for Bioscience (AWfB), in partnership with ISAAA AfriCenter, indicating skill-set attainment and development of self-confidence.

Monday, 2020/07/06 | 08:46:46

ISAAA Webinars present Genome Editing 101: Getting Ready for Business, a webinar hosted by ISAAA AfriCenter and moderated by Dr. Margaret Karembu, Director of ISAAA AfriCenter. It will be held on July 3, 2020, at 1200H to 1330H GMT, and is FREE for all. The webinar will explore the opportunities that genome editing can offer in entrepreneurship and boosting bio-economies.

Sunday, 2020/07/05 | 07:01:57

A new variety of sorghum that delivers high yields of grain and stover is gaining popularity in Burkina Faso, a region where livestock feed remains a challenge. The ICRISAT-developed variety, Soubatimi, can be grown in the rainy and post-rainy seasons, benefiting farmers and livestock owners alike. Mr Leon Badiara, from the Ministry of Animal and Fisheries Resources, and founder of Genetic Center, Burkina Faso, first heard about Soubatimi at the SAGE (Société Africaine de Génétique) launching conference in Ouagadougou, in November 2018.

Saturday, 2020/07/04 | 06:21:39

Planned reforms at FAO are aimed mainly at delivering better and more timely services to the world’s most vulnerable people, Director-General QU Dongyu told ambassadors of the G77 countries and China. “If we don’t achieve efficiency, who is the big loser?” he asked. “Poor people.” The Director-General briefed the G77 and China bureau members –the largest intergovernmental organization of developing countries in the United Nations, which provides the means for the countries of the South to articulate and promote their collective economic interests and enhance their joint negotiating capacity – on his planned overhaul of FAO’s organizational structure, which will be under consideration at the upcoming FAO Council Session (6 – 10 July).

Friday, 2020/07/03 | 08:16:20

To prevent the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), some types of public spaces have been shut down while others remain open. These decisions constitute a judgment about the relative danger and benefits of those locations. Using mobility data from a large sample of smartphones, nationally representative consumer preference surveys, and economic statistics,

Thursday, 2020/07/02 | 08:26:19

International agricultural science is facing a new era. The research network CGIAR decided on a fundamental reform in mid-June: The 15 research centers, spread over three continents, will be consolidated. This was announced by Marco Ferroni, Chairman of the System Management Board. “The core of the reform is a systemic approach to all areas,” he said at a press briefing. This will include the creation of a superordinate management structure to organize all phases of development more effectively.

Wednesday, 2020/07/01 | 08:52:49

But, too often, the resources that help kids develop reading skills aren’t available to everyone. The majority of the research on literacy best practices focuses only on alphabetic languages rather than logographic systems like Chinese. Meanwhile, many early grade reading teachers work with students who speak a different language at home than at school — and often don’t have access to training in evidence-based practices to help them understand how learning to read changes for those students.

Tuesday, 2020/06/30 | 08:25:30

Since it was declared a pandemic by WHO on 11 March, COVID-19 has affected nearly 200 countries and territories around the globe. As of 14 June, the total reported cases of COVID-19 globally reached more than 7.6 million with over 420,000 deaths. In Southeast Asia, more than 115,000 people were COVID-19 positive and over 3,000 fatalities were reported. One characteristic of this pandemic is that it has moved from a local health issue to a multisector, economy-wide, global crisis.

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