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Nigerian Minister of Agriculture praised as "a man on a mission to help Africa feed itself"
“The Single Greatest Challenge in Human History”
50 years after Kennedy assassination, memories remain fresh
Photos reveal world's hunger
Billions of people have eaten genetically modified food over the past two decades. Not one problem has been found.
UN Secretary-General’s Scientific Advisory Board to strengthen connection between science and policy
Lucille Morgan Wilson, organizer of the Des Moines Area Hunger Hike, will receive the award Tuesday at the Iowa Hunger Summit.
Technology is a critical tool in feeding our world.
The creation of the “Robert D. Ray Iowa SHARES Award” was announced today and will be presented annually at the Iowa Hunger Summit, organized each October by The World Food Prize.
- Headline speakers include Tony Blair, President of Iceland Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, and Cardinal Peter K.A. Turkson of the Vatican
- Panels will bring the world’s top experts together to delve into both sides of the biotech debate, and how our planet can confront climate volatility and grow food sustainably
Dr. Charity Mutegi honored with 2013 Norman Borlaug Award for Field Research and Application, Endowed by the Rockefeller Foundation, which honors individuals under 40 who emulate the scientific innovation and dedication to food security demonstrated by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Dr. Norman Borlaug.
A letter to Dr. Swaminathan on his 88th birthday, from Amb. Kenneth M. Quinn, President of the World Food Prize Foundation
At the U.S. State Department on June 19, Amb. Ken Quinn announced the winners of the 2013 World Food Prize and Secretary of State John Kerry delivered keynote remarks.
The recipients named today independently developed the science of modern plant biotechnology, opening doors to improved agricultural crops that can feed the world more effectively and sustainably.
Secretary of State John Kerry to Give Keynote Address
The program seeks to inspire Iowa youth to go into critical fields to solve world problems.
Engaging activities hosted across ISU’s campus and conversations with scientific experts and business leaders will showcase STEM pathways for students.
Record number of high school students will go abroad this summer to gain firsthand experience at prestigious international research centers, working to alleviate global hunger.
Few 19th-century buildings on the National Register of Historic Places have ever earned this level of certification from the U.S. Green Building Council
He says meeting Norman Borlaug was the most important thing to ever happen to him. Now Kautzky looks to carry on Borlaug's legacy. 'I hope I've done him justice,' he says.
Huffington Post Column by Amb. Kenneth M. Quinn