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Nobel Prize to Dr. Norman E. Borlaug
Nobel Prize given to Norman E. Borlaug celebrated at Oslo. Dec 10,1970.
Norman Borlaug and Joseph A. Rupert training In Wheat Fields
Norman Borlaug and Joseph A. Rupert training In Wheat Fields at Obregon, Sonora in 1946
CIMMYT : turning research into impact (20 minutes version)
For 50 years the International Maize and Wheat Improvement center (CIMMYT) has worked to fulfill one mission, research for impact. To overcome the complex socio-environmental challenges facing the future of agriculture, ...
Borlaug's Editorial Graphics
Cartoons and Posters from magazines and publications describing Borlaug's work.
Introduction to the CIMMYT Maize Breeding Program : special projects
Jonathan Woolly presents and Introduction to the overall goals of the Maize Breeding Program
Sorghum Improvement Program: Grain Improvement Quality
Grain Quality Improvement explanation by Vartan Guiragosian, comparing the use of sorghum with wheat and maize in the ellaboration of products to eat like the tortilla.
Training course to ALTEX-BIMBO group at the CIMMYT Wheat Quality Laboratory
Compilation donated from the personal memories of Dr. J. Peña to the CIMMYT's Photographic Collections.
Scientists visiting experimental fields, Chile.
Scientists visiting experimental fields, Chile. December 1977
Huamantla, Tlaxcala. Office of Special Studies (OSS)
Images of Experimental Fields at Huamantla, Tlaxcala, Mexico. Office of Special Studies (OSS)
Why is wheat a strategic crop for Africa?
In the 1990's, economists considered wheat to be a "minor food" for consumers in sub-Saharan Africa. But wheat is a no longer a minor crop. African countries will spend about US$20 billion to import some 40 million tons ...