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Photo: IRRI . Every year, on 11 February, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and UN Women in collaboration with various institutions and civil society partners commemorate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The day highlights the invaluable role...

Colin McEwen Piggin leaves a remarkable legacy of contributions to smallholder farmers and rural communities in developing countries worldwide as well...

A medical doctor who is also a farmer not only adopted the laser land leveling technology but piloted a service provision model for it—a first of...

It takes a village to raise a child and it took a “village” of experts to develop new machinery designed to raise the efficiency and productivity of...

IRRI will continue to be the center of excellence in rice science. We have to continue to play that vital role in the same sense. In the future, we have...

“My role at IRRI is to think about the bridge from research to development and taking the robust science that IRRI is well known for and making sure...

Dr. McCouch (shown here with laboratory technician Marifa Lanuang Corral using liquid nitrogen to harvest tissue from IRRI field plot–grown rice plants...

A former agronomist at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) looks back at his long and productive career. (Photos by Isagani Serrano, IRRI)...

The Lee Foundation Rice Scholarship Program offers South and Southeast Asians in the early stages of their careers a unique opportunity to acquire an...

Noel Magor, Nollie Vera Cruz, Roland Buresh, and J.K. Ladha boxed their papers and passed the baton on to their successors in 2017. These Pioneer Interviews...