A history of the spice trade: how spices shaped the world

Spices are now an every day commodity in households around the world. James Hancock explores the origins of this important trade.
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CABI introduces advance potato production technologies in Punjab, Pakistan

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CABI is transforming the fortunes of small-scale potato farmers by introducing advance potato production technology thanks to the technical support of Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands (WUR) experts and financial assistance provided by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO).
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How to be a Health Science Professor with Molly Courtenay

How can you grow your career as a woman in science? In line with CABI’s strategic goals to empower women, we’ve interviewed a series of professionals who’ve worked or collaborated with CABI to share how they got to their current position, giving tangible advice to others looking to grow their careers. In today’s blog, we…
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How to be a Lecturer in Global and Planetary Health with Jennifer Cole

How can you grow your career as a woman in science? In line with CABI’s strategic goals to empower women, we’ve interviewed a series of professionals who’ve worked or collaborated with CABI to share how they got to their current position, giving tangible advice to others looking to grow their careers. In today’s blog, we…
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How to be a Plant Pathologist with Janna Beckerman

How can you grow your career as a woman in science? In line with CABI’s strategic goals to empower women, we’ve interviewed a series of professionals who’ve worked or collaborated with CABI to share how they got to their current position, giving tangible advice to others looking to grow their careers. In today’s blog, we…
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How to be a Senior Scientist with Djami Djeddour

How can you grow your career as a woman in science? In line with CABI’s strategic goals to empower women, we’ve interviewed a series of professionals who’ve worked or collaborated with CABI to share how they got to their current position, giving tangible advice to others looking to grow their careers. In today’s blog, we…
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‘Sowing the seed’ for organic produce in Pakistan

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CABI, under the organic agriculture project ‘Building the Policy Ecosystem for Organic Production Landscape in Balochistan, Pakistan,’ is initiating its efforts to support regenerative agriculture to mitigate climate change threats and to strengthen the local agriculture industry to compete with international markets.
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Newly launched searchRxiv builds search community to foster easier, quicker research

This week, CABI launched searchRxiv (pronounced ‘search archive’), our new open-access platform. We created the website to help researchers report, store and share their searches consistently. This helps with the review and re-use of existing searches, making research quicker and easier. searchRxiv is open to everyone. It’s free for researchers to post, comment, download and…
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Virtual training workshop on ‘Biopesticides and their Future Prospective for Pakistan’

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CABI’s centre in Pakistan, along with United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) through the financial assistance of United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is currently involved in implementation of a program ‘Regulatory Harmonization in Pakistan for MRLs and Biopesticides’ with the objective to detect and prioritize high-risk pesticides related to increased Maximum Residue Limits…
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CABI shares expertise on crop pest and disease importation risks affecting authorities in Philippines

CABI experts Dr Muzammil Farooq, Muhammad Faheem and Dr Annamalai Sivapragasam, shared their expertise as part of a two-day international virtual training on ‘Import Risk Analysis’ for the national regulatory authorities of Philippines government organized by WINROCK International in Philippines.
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