Latest Agricultural science Stories
A new report by an international research team explores the impact of the global livestock industry on the environment, the economy and human health.
World-Renowned Policy Experts Held International Discussion to Find Solutions to Agricultural Challenges of the 21st Century Global Town Hall Discussed How to Feed a Hungry World, Preserve Water and Improve the Lives of Farmers WASHINGTON, Feb.
SHENZHEN, China, Feb.
While predicting highly variable impacts on agriculture by 2050, experts show that with adequate investment the region can still achieve food security for all.
A recent study examines the ways that public officials obtain information about debatable scientific issues, including agricultural biotechnology.
A group of scientists uncover the nitrogen dynamics of a common urban landscape.
Soybeans contain compounds that could prevent heart disease and cancer.
Boosting agricultural research in the developing world is the key to ensuring food security for the world's poorest, says Adel el-Beltagy, Chair of the Global Form on Agricultural Research (GFAR), writing in the latest issue of the TWAS Newsletter, published last week.
Food and energy demand will soar in the coming years because of population growth, says a U.S.
With the caloric needs of the planet expected to soar by 50 percent in the next 40 years, planning and investment in global agriculture will become critically important, according a new report released today
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