The Cassava Genome Hub: Terabytes of tuberous tropical root research set to revolutionize big data for agriculture
When it comes to cassava, we are in the midst of a genomic revolution that is producing enormous amounts of information....
Big data and Africa’s Green Revolution
CIAT's Debisi Araba believes that African agriculture needs data revolution - and the CGIAR Big Data Platform will play a...
New daily climate data for crop growth simulation available
A new interface was developed to query and download future daily bias corrected data for crop growth modeling, which will...
Key questions, challenging approaches, and young voices to face climate change in Latin America
The CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) will start its second phase in 2017,...
The glory of coffee in China
A spectacular theater play called “The glory of coffee” on the history of coffee in China was the highlight of the 26th...
Knowledge and information for development: A new vision for Nicaragua’s smallholder cocoa farms
A new decision-making toolkit is leading smallholder cocoa farmers, technicians and local organizations in Nicaragua through...
Sink more carbon in the soil? It’s not that easy
Today, December 5th, is World Soil Day. It comes hot on the heels of recent events like the Global Landscapes Forum and 22nd...
Four unexplored big wins in agriculture: tackling climate change through landscape restoration
Four solutions lie in how we farm our food and treat our landscapes: this session aims to throw light on some of the tools...
Ecosystem services, the value that has no price
The Conference of Latin American and Caribbean Ecosystem Services: Healthy Ecosystems for Resilient Societies, which took...
Putting together the puzzle of cocoa in Colombia
As part of the initiative Cocoa for Peace, CIAT’s research team Linking Farmers to Markets (LFM), Purdue University, and...
CIAT sends another seed shipment to the Arctic Circle
With this latest shipment, the Center reached its goal of sending 90% of its bean and forages collections by 2016 for safekeeping...
Marking 10 years since CIAT signed the Plant Treaty
It just so happens that today - World Food Day 2016 - coincides with the 10th anniversary of CIAT signing The International...
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