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Modern agricultural and sanitation systems depend on linear, one-way resource flows. However, these models are resource-intensive and wasteful. To address this problem equitably and sustainably, the RUNRES project seeks…

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In our 1/21 edition on “Innovations”, we demonstrated the role that implementation research can play in getting innovations off the shelf and into practice. Taking a regional project on enhancing rice production in Asia,…

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Development projects rarely play by the book. Unpredicted challenges and opportunities can emerge in any project – as the world painfully observed in 2020. ‘Accompanying research’ embeds continuous, systematic research…

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It can easily take years for agricultural innovations to find real-world practical application. There are a wide range of reasons for this which are familiar to the agricultural research community. But how can…

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The 2030 Research and Innovation Strategy situates the international research partnership CGIAR in the evolving global context, which demands a systems transformation approach for food, land, and water systems. Covering…

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For the first time, wheat blast, a fast-acting and devastating fungal disease, has been reported on the African continent, according to a new article published by scientists from the Zambian Agricultural Research…

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Representatives of the CGIAR global research partnership, Germany’s development ministry and the private sector discussed the future of agricultural research in a recent virtual meeting.

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Members of Agrinatura celebrating its 30th anniversary at the University of Hohenheim, Germany.<br/> Photo: © Agrinatura
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International researchers of Agrinatura’s European-African partnership met at University of Hohenheim, Germany to discuss agriculture research and development.

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France and Germany are jointly supporting research aimed at contributing to achieving the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.

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The “aCar” project at the Technical University of Munich, Germany, will make emobility viable for the rural population in poor regions with weak infrastructure.

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