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Phys.org

While Julien Pierret was conducting research for his Ph.D. in climate data, he was playing around with a web graphics library and looking for a reason to learn about it. "I'm a child when it comes to exploring different tools and wanted to incorporate this into my Ph.D.," he admitted.

Thomson Reuters Foundation

Climate change has made growing vegetables in Mali today much tougher than it was 40 years ago when Amadou Sidibe used to visit his father's lush farm outside the capital Bamako.

INTA Informa

The INTA Bordenave - Buenos Aires Plant Improvement and Plant Quality group presented a new variety of white oats: INTA Pigeon. It is a long-cycle cultivar that stands out for its excellent forage quality, with very good regrowth capacity and high growth rate in the middle of winter.

The Economist

Slowly but surely, a spidery machine about the size of a golf cart swings an electrode over a tray of plants. Every few seconds there is a small puff of smoke as a weed keels over, having been zapped with a high voltage.

NordGen

Today’s agriculture has some fundamental challenges ahead. Climate change is already upon us, we’re amidst a global decline in biodiversity and have to produce enough food for a growing population. As Nordic experts on plant breeding met in Malmö this week, they tried to identify research areas in the field of use of genetic resources, pre-breeding and plant breeding.

Phys.org

While Julien Pierret was conducting research for his Ph.D. in climate data, he was playing around with a web graphics library and looking for a reason to learn about it. "I'm a child when it comes to exploring different tools and wanted to incorporate this into my Ph.D.," he admitted.