Alaric Santiaguel

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Head over heels in love — for rice The perfect marriage The Americas have two faces Bangladesh combats the white plague Mankind takes a giant leap...

Salinity affects around 1 million hectares in Bangladesh. Some climate experts say that sea-level rise will cause the country’s landscape to become “sicker.”...

The Vault’s illuminated roof against the scenic surroundings. (Photo: Mari Tefre/Global Crop Diversity Trust) The first was a footprint on the Moon....

Changing the face of rice Seeds for climate change Bridging the GAP Pillars of Agriculture: Women rice farmers labor to feed the world ...

GRiSP Blueprint for a greener revolution No rust for rice Rice in the city Greener rice Quality matters in Africa ...

The seed keepers’ treasure Rice for peace A genetic odyssey Hybridizing the world Clearfield technology ...

Machines of progress: Cambodia adopts postharvest technologies Water harvesting in Latin America California deals with climate change Africa’s...

A sunburned grain: Australian drought portends global water scarcity Stamps of approval Pockets of gold in Africa ...

To some, this new rice variety could be a time-saver. But to most people struggling to make ends meet, “no cook” rice is a life-saver. In early September 2009, the world got wind of the news that Indian scientists had developed a new rice variety that does not require fire to cook. It simply needs to be soaked in water and “voilà!” the rice is...

IRRI celebrates 50 years of #rice research Why cold tolerant rice is needed The Lord of rice How a modern rice variety is bred ...