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The goal of this protocol is to assess the climate change impact on potato tuber yields and potential adaptations, including possible shifts in production area in the US.
The need for functional risk assessment bodies in general, and in the biosafety field in particular, demands continued efforts and commitment from regulatory agencies, if results that are sustainable in time are to be achieved. Dr. Carmen Vicién, ILSI Research Foundation in-country partner, was a co-author of this paper, which references the ILSI Research Foundation’s involvement in the Partnership for Biosafety Risk Assessment and Regulation in Paraguay and the use of ILSI Research Foundation eLearning courses in Kenya.
This report contains information on the current health situation, rice production and distribution systems, and potential partners in ten countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
ICT in Agriculture, Updated Edition is the revised version of the popular ICT in Agriculture e-Sourcebook, first launched in 2011 and designed to support practitioners, decision makers, and development partners who work at the intersection of ICT and agriculture. Dr. Morven McLean, ILSI Research Foundation, was a co-author of Chapter 15: “Using ICT for remote sensing, crowdsourcing and big data to unlock the potential of agriculture data“. This chapter features an innovative practice summary of the ILSI Crop Composition Database.
This article attempts to develop a framework that would enable assessment of the impacts of plant diseases, referred collectively to as crop health, on food security via its components. Given the number of components and interactions at play, a systems modelling approach is required to address the functioning of food systems exposed to plant disease risks.