Tunisian government benefits from world-leading database of applied life sciences

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The Centre National Universitaire de Documentation Scientific et Technique (CNUDST) in Tunisia has become the latest to subscribe to CAB Direct , CABI's online database platform, providing a single point of access to more than 12 million records.
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CABI welcomes Burundi’s Minister for Environment, Agriculture and Livestock and Ambassador to UK

CABI this week further strengthened relations with Burundi by welcoming its Minister for Environment, Agriculture and Livestock, His Excellency Dr Deo-Guide Rurema as well as the country's Ambassador to the UK His Excellency Mr Ernest Ndabashinze.
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Invasive plant pathogens threatening the USA

Invasive plant pathogens represent a threat to US agriculture, forestry and the environment. Accurate information on these pathogens is required to help prevent their introduction and spread. The Plant Pathogens Subcommittee of the US Federal Interagency Committee on Invasive Terrestrial Animals and Pathogens (ITAP) has identified the worst plant pathogen…
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New Fall Armyworm Portal features as part of CABI’s upgraded Invasive Species Compendium

A new Fall Armyworm Portal, which includes the very latest reports and research regarding the devastating crop pest, now features as part of a major upgrade of CABI's Invasive Species Compendium (ISC) launched today.
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Symposium to launch new book exploring gender equality and tourism

CABI and Equality in Tourism are holding a symposium, which will debate ways to increase gender equality in the tourism industry, to launch a new CABI book edited by Dr Stroma Cole entitled 'Gender Equality in Tourism: Beyond Empowerment.'
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CABI welcomes Dr Andrew Robinson as new Managing Director, Publishing

CABI welcomes Dr Andrew Robinson as its new Managing Director, Publishing to lead and drive its Publishing and Knowledge Management activities and products.
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