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Sunday, 2020/05/10 | 05:28:40

In 2006, the New York City-based Vilcek Foundation created an annual prize program for foreign-born biomedical scientists who have made major contributions to their fields while living and working in the United States. The founders, themselves immigrants from Czechoslovakia, established the program to raise public awareness of the indispensable role of immigrant scientists in ensuring the United States’ leadership on the world science stage.

Saturday, 2020/05/09 | 05:53:59

Beyond the COVID-19 health emergency, a recession looms, and countries ought to take measures now to soften the longer-term impacts on hunger and food insecurity, a new FAO policy brief says. Forecasts for the global economy vary in details, but all point to a historic downturn. The International Monetary Fund now expects worldwide gross domestic product to shrink by 3.0 percent in 2020, compared to January projections of 3.3 percent growth. The large downturn is also expected to usher in the first outright recession in sub-Saharan Africa - where about a quarter of the population is undernourished - in 25 years.

Friday, 2020/05/08 | 07:23:56

FAO Director-General QU Dongyu held virtual talks today with Jutta Urpilainen, European Commissioner for International Partnerships. Both parties agreed to step up joint efforts to support the fight against hunger in times of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, thereby accelerating progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Thursday, 2020/05/07 | 07:39:28

A voluntary General Surveillance in Post-Market Environmental Monitoring in the European Union was conducted by Monsanto on their genetically modified (GM) maize MON810. The results of their statistical analysis on farmers' questionnaires and a broad scientific literature search revealed that there were no adverse effects associated with the cultivation of MON810 in the last 15 years.

Wednesday, 2020/05/06 | 07:46:02

The FAO, IFAD, the World Bank, and WFP say that agriculture and its food-related logistic services should be considered as essential and that increased efforts are needed to ensure that food value chains function well and promote the production and availability of diversified, safe and nutritious food for all. The Joint Statement urges countries to work together to strengthen cooperation during this pandemic that is affecting all regions of the world.

Tuesday, 2020/05/05 | 08:10:57

Nature Biotechnology reports genetically engineered tobacco plants that glow brightly during its entire lifetime. The findings of the study conducted by researchers from Planta and the Russian Academy of Sciences could be used in the development of imaging tools for plants. Compared to previously reported glowing plants, these plants shine 10 times brighter, visible to the naked eye, without the need to be fed with chemicals to continue glowing.

Monday, 2020/05/04 | 08:23:04

Nanoengineers at the University of California San Diego (UC San Diego) are working on an unusual candidate for COVID-19 vaccine: a plant virus. Led by UC San Diego nanoengineering professors Nicole Steinmetz and Jon Pokorski, the team's goal is to use plants to create a stable, easy to manufacture vaccine that can be shipped around the globe.

Saturday, 2020/05/02 | 06:57:10

With the COVID-19 pandemic and economic slowdown threatening the lives and livelihoods of the world’s most vulnerable people, the UN’s International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) today committed US$40 million, and launched an urgent appeal for additional funds, to support farmers and rural communities to continue growing and selling food. IFAD’s new multi-donor fund, the COVID-19 Rural Poor Stimulus Facility, will mitigate the effects of the pandemic on food production, market access and rural employment.

Friday, 2020/05/01 | 08:20:22

Top-down projects for improving the lives of poor farmers were often unsuccessful because they didn’t systematically consider the diverse rural households survive and thrive. To tap this local knowledge, scientists and development agencies began surveying households to assure that research and development schemes were on target. But the surveys were not designed to be compared with one another, lacking what scientists call “interoperability” – meaning one organization’s household surveys could not be compared with another’s.

Friday, 2020/05/01 | 08:19:51

This is a complex region - hit by chronic hunger, insecurity, climate change, the threats of a Desert Locust outbreak, and now the pandemic. Year after year, five out of the ten countries at the bottom of the UN Development Index are in West Africa. Right now, we are particularly concerned about the humanitarian crisis in Central Sahel - comprised of Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger. Some four million people here are already facing extreme hunger and this could rise to 5.5 million people by August.

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