Andean tubers displayed at a diversity fair in Peru. Credit: Bioversity International/A. Drucker

Noah’s Ark on a budget: How to decide which diversity to safeguard?

In a recent paper, Bioversity International researchers show how a mathematically rigorous approach can help policymakers make decisions about what...

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Indian farmer. Credit: Bioversity International/C. Zanzanaini

Italy supports Bioversity International’s on-farm conservation research

With additional generous support from the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Development Cooperation, Bioversity International has received a boost...

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Bean varieties. Credit: Bioversity International/E. Dulloo

Plant genetic resources and climate change

New book explores some of the latest perspectives about how genetic resources can contribute to achieving food security under the challenge of a...

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Genebank accessions

International e-Conference on Germplasm Data Interoperability

Open data, linked data and semantic web technologies will be discussed at the 1st session of the International e-Conference on Germplasm Data...

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Crop wild relatives and landraces conference open for abstracts

The call for abstracts for the international conference on Enhanced genepool utilization - Capturing wild relative and landrace diversity for crop...

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Supporting Seedbanks in South Africa publication

Supporting community seedbanks in South Africa

A new report by Bioversity International and partners provides input for a strategy to support community seedbanks in South Africa’s smallholder...

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