Ann Tutwiler, Director General

Bioversity International welcomes new Director General

M. Ann Tutwiler has joined Bioversity International as Director General, bringing almost 30 years of experience in agricultural policy and development...

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Log books containing data about the seeds

Community Seed Banks in Nepal - Past, present, future

More than 100 community seed banks are active in Nepal. A new publication by LI-BIRD, Bioversity International and partners highlights the...

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Innovation systems for family farming

Out of the 7000 food crops that we know of in the world, 50% of our plant-derived calories are coming from just three species and this is increasing...

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Online mapping tool for analysis and planning receives international award

RTBMaps has been selected for a Special Achievement in GIS Award. This web-based GIS (Geographic Information Systems) tool, the result of a...

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Wild foods: a food security strategy that's hard to swallow?

Bioversity International's Barbara Vinceti joins Bronwen Powell and Eva Muller in a discussion on the importance of wild foods for the food and...

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Food for thought on Andean super grains

A new book Biodiversity of Andean grains: Balancing market potential and sustainable livelihoods puts the spotlight on Andean super grains: quinoa,...

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Descriptors for quinoa and its wild relatives

As part of activities to celebrate the 2013 International Year of Quinoa, Bioversity International and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN...

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Linking gender and forestry research

What does gender have to do with research on forest genetic resources? That was the question 22 social and biophysical scientists discussed in...

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