100 Voices – Video series on topical issues

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Public-Private Partnerships
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Youth in agriculture
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Women in agriculture
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Threats to
soil quality
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Bhoochetana large scale adoption
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Future of
Genomics
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on Public-Private Partnerships

     
     
     
         

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on Youth in Agriculture

     
     
       

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on Women in Agriculture

     
     

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on how the threats to soil quality and how degradable soils can be rolled back

     
     
           

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on how large scale adoption was achieved,
in Karnataka, India (through the Bhoochetana project)

     
     
       

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on the Future of Genomics

Question 1: Is genomics leading the future of breeding, or are breeders still leading the way but integrating genomics as another tool?

Question 2: Should ‘research for development’ organizations like the CGIAR centers, invest more into high end research or into applying the tools available?

Question 4: How many more years do we need to wait to see results from genomics research, in the farmer’s field and on a large scale (within 5 years; 5-10 years; more than 10 years)?

Question 3: If you had $100 to spend, how much would you put into genomics and how much into conventional breeding? Why?

Prof MS Swaminathan   Dr Jean Marcel Ribaut   Dr Gengyun Zhang    Dr Beatrice Elohor Lfie
Dr Emma Huang   Dr Cindy Taylor Lawley   Dr EY Danquah   Dr Howard Yana Shapiro
Dr Nils Stein   Dr Sarah Jane Hearne   JDr Peter Wenzl   Dr Appolinaire Djikeng
Joanna Kane-Potaka    Mr Ashish Wele   Dr John Myles Axton   Dr Helene Berges
Dr Asis Datta   Dr Rajeev Varshney   Dr Shoba Sivasankar   Dr Stefania Grando
Khaleel Zaynali Nezhad            
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