The risks associated with the presence of potentially toxic elements in soil, particularly in China, can be controlled thanks to phytoremediation techniques.
IRD publishes the second volume of the booklet “Science of sustainability, understanding, co-constructing, transforming”, comprising 42 fact sheets on the science of sustainable solutions.
The second ‘Open Science in the South’ symposium held in Cotonou, Benin Republic, in October 2022, was a great success and resulted in many recommendations.
In this interview during the opening ceremony of IYBSSD, a Nigerian university scholar explains why the younger generation of Africans should study basic sciences’ courses.
Policy interventions could rescue smallholder farmers in Nepal who stand to lose up to a quarter of their income by 2050 due to the effects of climate change, a research project revealed.
People domesticated modern horses about 4000 years ago, and these ancient horses expanded rapidly, and ultimately replaced all other species in Eurasia.
A new study by some international researchers has revealed that global maize and wheat production may be affected by 2030 if current trends of climate change persist.
A research paper, emerging from a IUPAC project, provides guiding principles for the regulatory evaluation of nanopesticides.
Commitments to invest in research for home-grown innovations that support food systems is imperative writes Gilbert Nakweya.
In this article, Laura Owings reveals how farming innovations rooted in nature and plant science could forge path towards future food systems.