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Women in Triticum Spotlight: Shideh Mojerlou

Catching up with 2015 Women in Triticum Early Career Award winner, Shideh Mojerlou.

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I am currently working as Assistant Professor ...

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Tessa Schneider · 28 Aug 2017


How pasta wheat is helping Ethiopian farmers escape poverty

Since 2009, the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) and the Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR) have partnered for the identification and development of new durum wheat varieties capable of withstanding the harsh environmental conditions of ...

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Wasihun Legesse, Yetsedaw Aynewa, Addisu Asfaw, Seid Ahmed and Filippo M Bassi · 24 Aug 2017


Women in Triticum Spotlight: Chhavi Tiwari

Continuing our series of updates of past Women in Triticum award, Chavvi Tiwari is a 2014 recipient of the Women in Triticum Early Career Award.

 

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Tessa Schneider · 31 Jul 2017


Developing heat and drought tolerant wheat for Asia and Africa

Wheat is the most important and strategic crop at global level, and in Central and West Asia and North Africa (CWANA) region in particular. It is estimated that the CWANA region produces more than 100 million tons of wheat on a total area of more than 50 million hectares. The current ...

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Wuletaw Tadesse · 17 Jul 2017


Seeds Systems Initiative in Nepal successfully concludes first wheat season

The inaugural wheat season for the Seed Systems for Nepal Initiative has successfully concluded, with a total of 14 metric tons of ‘disease-free’ wheat seed produced by 150 farmers using the new seed processing unit inaugurated earlier this year by delegates from Nepal, Cornell ...

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Samantha Hautea · 28 Jun 2017


Tackling new challenges in wheat research as we gear up for the 2018 BGRI conference

Last month I had the opportunity to visit Morocco to meet with wheat colleagues at ICARDA-Morocco.  It was my second trip to Morocco, and some of you may remember my visit in 2014  (http://www.globalrust.org/ ...

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Maricelis Acevedo · 26 May 2017


Catching up with WIT Early Career Award winner, Kaori Ando

Continuing our series of updates of past Women in Triticum awards, Kaori Ando is a 2013 receipient of the Women in Triticum Early Career Award.

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Tessa Schneider · 24 May 2017


13th International Wheat Genetics Symposium: A look at cutting-edge wheat research

The 13h International Wheat Genetics Symposium brought together over 500 researchers from around the world to Tulln Austria to highlight the latest developments in wheat genetics. Spread out over five days, the conference featured a diverse set of talks, from the history of wheat cultivation to ...

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John Bakum · 15 May 2017


Why we fly: Revolutionizing wheat phenotyping with drones

CIUDAD OBREGÓN, MEXICO: Ravi Singh compares plots of wheat lines growing in the fields of Obregón to determine which lines have potential as new varieties. Relying on reams of statistical breeding data and an experienced eye, the head of bread wheat improvement at the International Maize and ...

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Cally Arthur · 26 Apr 2017


WIT Profile: Yukiko Naruoka

Catching up with Yukiko Naruoka, WIT winner in 2012.

What is your current professional position, title, affiliation, responsibilities?
I’m currently a Wheat breeder with Syngenta, and have been since July 2016. I develop parental lines for hybrid wheat and test ...

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Tessa Schneider · 25 Apr 2017


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