Extension officers and farmers in Tanzania dicuss IPM of tomato (Photo: Stefan Toepfer)

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19.12.2014 | Events

Wie können die nachhaltigen Entwicklungsziele ab 2015 zum Kurswechsel Landwirtschaft beitragen?

21.01.15 | Bern, Switzerland

Publikumsanlass organisiert von Alliance Sud, CDE, Millennium Institute und Biovision (Vorankündigung)

19.12.2014 | Publications

The politics of Golden Rice

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Adrian Dubock. GM Crops & Food: Biotechnology in Agriculture and the Food Chain, 5:3, 210-222. December 2014
19.12.2014 | Jobs

Postdoctoral Fellow-Agronomy

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Africa Rice Center (AfricaRice), Madagascar. Deadline: 04.01.2015

19.12.2014 | Jobs

Seed Systems Development Coordinator (Rice)

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Africa Rice Center (AfricaRice), Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Deadline: 31.12.2014

19.12.2014 | Jobs

Focal Region Manager

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CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems led by IWMI, Accra, Ghana. Deadline: 04.01.2015

19.12.2014 | Jobs

Senior Researcher – Water Economics

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International Water Management Institute (IWMI), News Delhi, India. Deadline: 15.01.2015

19.12.2014 | Jobs

Agronomy Team Leader

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GreenPath Food, Butajira, Ethiopia. Deadline: 31.12.2014


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Winners SFIAR Award 2014

Winners SFIAR Award 2014: Gurbir Singh Bhullar (FiBL, formerly ETH) and Angela Deppeler (HAFL)

Gurbir Singh Bhullar (FiBL, formerly ETH) and Angela Deppeler (HAFL) have won the SFIAR Award 2014


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