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IRRI has worked in Burundi since 2008 to enhance national capacity in breeding and research on rice and rice-based systems in the country. These will amplify inter-regional knowledge sharing and capacity building to pave the way for global solutions to local challenges. (Photo: IRRI) ...

After Golden Rice receives all the required approvals for food, feed, and cultivation and is found to be efficacious, a sustainable delivery program will...

The Green Super Rice project has made great progress in the past ten years using advances in rice functional genomic studies, which have identified hundreds...

(Photo: Temasek Life Science Laboratory©) It may come as a surprise that the highly urbanized city-state is the birthplace of a sturdy high-yielding...

Because of low rainfall and lack of irrigation infrastructure, water management is often not an option for rainfed lowland rice farmers. But, thanks to...

IRRI and its partners will continue to develop water-saving technologies to improve the livelihoods of rice farmers and their communities, particularly...

A new, faster, and more accurate way of identifying infectious organisms—down to their genetic fingerprint—could finally put farmers a step ahead of...

Do rice plants have a wild adaptive trait that is counterproductive to aerobic cropping systems?  ...

For thousands of Bangladeshi farmers in flood-prone areas, growing rice is a risk they have to take each season. ...

With the right tools, ordinary people can be extraordinary agents of change. ...