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...
How much do countries benefit from one another’s crop diversity?
Bananas originated in South and Southeast Asia, and are now produced throughout the world’s tropics and eaten in at least...
This is what the future of coffee might taste like
New research shows that climate change is not only going to affect arabica coffee production, but also the taste of those...
CIAT supports climate-smart agriculture in German development cooperation
CIAT joined an interesting panel discussion on the position of the German Ministry for Cooperation on Climate Smart Agriculture...
Setting the climate change agenda for the world’s largest cocoa producer
CIAT’s researcher Christian Bunn traveled to Ivory Coast to gather support for our initiative to make the world’s largest...
Livestock: climate menace or opportunity for change?
The CIAT team will present nine research posters at the Tropentag 2016 conference in Vienna, Austria, themed: “Solidarity...
Tropical forages and soils labs – The doors are open for knowledge sharing
Last July, CIAT´s tropical forages and soils laboratories opened their doors to students from the University of the Amazon...
How to move beyond technology in ‘sustainable intensification’
This blog, co-authored by Saurabh Arora, was first published on the STEPS Centre website. Sustainable Intensification (SI)...
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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