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Italian Scientist Wins 2017 Olam Prize For Innovation In Food Security

The ability to grow durum wheat in the extreme heat of famine-affected Senegal, Mauritania and Mali has helped to boost the income of 1 million farming families and won the 2017 Olam Prize for Innovation in Food Security. The genome fingerprinting research project, led by Dr Filippo Bassi of International Centre for Research in the Dry Ar ......


Published By: modernghana. - Thursday, 7 December

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