MARA-CABI Joint Lab’s research aiding progress towards more sustainable management of invasive species threats

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The Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA)-CABI Joint Laboratory for Biosafety has made good progress in identifying sustainable management approaches for seven major transboundary, invasive crop pests. This was revealed in a review of the Joint Lab's 2022 research activities during the 15th meeting of the Joint Lab…
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CABI shares expertise in all things microbiome at UKRI Innovate UK KTN Microbiome One Health Conference

CABI’s experts in bioscience services and publishing have shared their knowledge on all things microbiome at the UKRI Innovate UK KTN Microbiome One Health Conference held at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Scotland. Dr Matthew Ryan, CABI’s Research Lead of Biological Resources and Dr Erika Newton, Journals Publisher, both participated in…
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Future of bovine TB research comes ‘under the microscope’ at STAR-IDAZ IRC workshop

The future of bovine tuberculosis (bovine TB) research has come under the microscope at a workshop hosted by the STAR-IDAZ International Research Consortium (IRC) in Birmingham, UK. CABI runs the STAR-IDAZ IRC secretariat, alongside the UK Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA), UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), the…
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Kenya’s livestock value chain may be strengthened through collaboration with US agricultural sector

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CABI is conducting research and analysis of Kenya’s livestock value chain to see if it might be further strengthened through investments, trade and collaborations with the United States agricultural sector. The work will aim to help improve the livelihoods of farmers and contribute to increasing food security for Kenya’s 47…
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Mapping of weather and climate services for crop pest and disease management in Kenya comes under spotlight

The role of weather and climate services and digital tools for crop pest and disease management in Kenya has come under the spotlight as part of a stakeholder consultation held at CABI’s regional centre for Africa in Nairobi. The workshop was delivered by CABI as part of a collaborative project…
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CABI works in partnership to step up fight against pests and diseases of papaya in Uganda

CABI is working in partnership with the National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF) to step up the fight against pests and diseases of papaya in Uganda. As part of the ‘Protecting Biodiversity through Biocontrol of Papaya Mealybug in East Africa’ project,…
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