CABI expert, Dr Julie Flood, to talk at major new plant health conference

16 October 2014 – Senior CABI plant health expert, Dr Julie Flood, will be speaking at the International Conference on Global Plant Health Risks and Consequences. This major new conference, jointly hosted by the Food and Environment Research Agency and the CSIRO's Biosecurity Flagship (Australia), will take place on 27-28…
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CABI joins Australia-Africa Plant Biosecurity Partnership to aid agricultural trade

16 October 2014 – On World Food Day, CABI is proud to announce it has joined the Australia-Africa Plant Biosecurity Partnership, a two-year A$1m programme to strengthen skills in plant biosecurity in Africa. The aim is to help facilitate trade, including intra-regional trade, by addressing plant pest and disease problems…
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New soil health website supports African farmers on World Food Day

16 October 2014 – The Africa Soil Health Consortium (ASHC) is today launching its new website, giving people who work with and support smallholder farmers a one-stop library of materials on Integrated Soil Fertility Management (ISFM). Coinciding with World Food Day (16 October), the launch of the new website marks…
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CABI attends hospitality and tourism conference, EuroCHRIE Dubai 2014

6 October 2014 – CABI is delighted to announce it will be attending hospitality and tourism conference, EuroCHRIE Dubai 2014. The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management, based in Dubai, UAE, will be proudly hosting the event from 6-9 October 2014. As a scientific publisher, with tourism as one of its…
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HRH Duke of Gloucester visits CABI in Wallingford

26 September 2014 – Today, HRH The Duke of Gloucester visited CABI’s head office in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, to learn about the organization’s work solving problems in agriculture and the environment. The Duke was greeted by Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Oxfordshire, John Harwood, and CABI’s Executive Director, Publishing, Andrea Powell. Chairman of…
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UK annual report 2013 – 2014

1 September 2014 – The UK annual centre report is now available. This report focuses on CABI's UK-based staff. It outlines their activities and work in 2013 - 2014.  If you would like to download the PDF of the report (6MB) then click on the image or heading.  For all our…
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CABI releases rust fungus to control invasive weed, Himalayan balsam

26 August 2014 - From today, not-for-profit research organization, CABI, will be releasing a rust fungus at locations in Berkshire, Cornwall and Middlesex as part of field trials to control the non-native, invasive weed Himalayan balsam (Impatiens glandulifera) using natural means. Himalayan balsam has rapidly become one of the UK's…
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Scientific publisher, CABI, makes eBooks available in China

18 August 2014 – CABI is proud to announce that it has entered into agreement with CNPIEC, the China National Publications Import and Export (Group) Corporation, to make CABI’s eBooks available through its CNP eReading platform. The decision to work with CNPIEC was taken to increase the exposure of CABI’s…
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Workshop held on future of Invasive Species Compendium

4 August 2014 – Members of the Invasive Species Consortium from the US, Mexico, Caribbean and South Pacific met in Washington DC today and unanimously agreed to keep the Invasive Species Compendium (ISC) an open access resource for a further five years. The ISC has been resourced by a diverse international…
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CABI to work with Unilever protecting tea crops in India

11 August 2014 – As part of a wider commitment to sustainable sourcing of all of its key agricultural materials by 2020, Unilever has announced it will collaborate with CABI, to undertake a major scientific research study evaluating the environmental and economic feasibility of applying alternative methods to protect tea…
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