Researchers map hotspots to enable climate-informed policymaking for women farmers.
In the wake of damage caused by cassava mosaic disease and cassava witches’ broom disease in Southeast Asia, researchers are developing disease-resistant varieties and speeding up the production of healthy cassava stem cuttings.
Illegal logging of rosewood threatens not just the biodiversity, but communities living in forested areas as well. The Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT is working in the lab and with farmers to combat this threat.
Professor Rajeev Varshney achieved the largest plant genome sequencing study by harnessing MGI’s high throughput sequencing technologies.
Research conducted in Vietnam indicates that supporting sustainable food production and consumption practices can help pave the way for improving both human and environmental health.