Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Grain Legumes
The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Grain Legumes (Legume Innovation Lab) contributes to economic growth and food and nutrition security through knowledge and technology generation that strengthens grain legume (e.g., bean, cowpea, tepary beans, etc.) value chains and enhances the capacity and sustainability of agriculture research institutions that serve grain legume sectors in developing countries of Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America.
David M. Kramer, Michigan State University Hannah Distinguished Professor in photosynthesis and bioenergetics, is the recipient of the prestigious American Society of Plant Biologists 2016 Charles F. Kettering Award. This award was established in 1962 by an endowment from the Kettering Foundation to recognize excellence in the field of photosynthesis. more
The Joint Pan-African Grain Legume and World Cowpea Conference, held from February 28 to March 4, 2016 in Livingstone, Zambia,featured four keynote addresses, numerous plenaries, and more than 100 oral presentations. Links to these talks are now available at the conference website’s presentations section.
The Joint Pan-African Grain Legume and World Cowpea Conference, held from February 28 to March 4, 2016 in Livingstone, Zambia, attracted more than 500 scientists, NGOs, and development professionals to the AVANI Hotel. Zambia’s Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, the Honorable Given Lubinda (pictured below), opened the conference on February 29, first visiting the exhibition and poster tent and then addressing the gathered conference attendees in the hotel’s conference center.
The conference offered four keynote (cont.)
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