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ICRW interviews Dr. Soumya Gupta, Winner of the Paula Kantor Award

By Erin KellyErin Kelly is a Communications Specialist at the International Center for Research on Women. This interview originally appeared on the ICRW website.On January 20th, ICRW awarded Dr. Soumya Gupta with the inaugural Paula Kantor Award for Excellence in F… Read more

Changing Food Systems for Improved Health: Seeking Win-Wins

By Dr. Per Pinstrup-Andersen, Professor Emeritus at Cornell University, 2001 World Food Prize Laureate, and Chair of the TCi Advisory BoardFood systems have much greater impact on our health and wellbeing than they are getting credit for by the popular press and in th… Read more

ICRW Announces Winner of the Inaugural Paula Kantor Award

By Erin KellyErin Kelly is a Communications Specialist at the International Center for Research on Women. This is a re-post of her piece which originally appeared on the News & Commentary section of the ICRW website.The International Center for Research on Women… Read more

TCI and partners gather in New Delhi to kick-off TARINA

By Megan Witwer  Over the past 50 years, the Green Revolution in India has ushered in new technologies that enhanced the productivity of staple grains and transformed the country’s agricultural landscape. As diverse farmlands were converted to monoculture fiel… Read more

Illuminating trade-offs with the intensification of goat systems in India

Maureen Valentine is a TCi Scholar and a second year Ph.D student in the department of Animal Science at Cornell University. She will begin one year of field-based research in January 2016.Agriculture in India is predominately organized into integrated crop-livest… Read more

A Good Shock: Discovering Soil Health – a Farmer’s Perspective

Phil Frost is a TCI Scholar and Ph.D student in the Crop and Soil Sciences department at Cornell University. His research lies in the field of Soil Health and the development of an appropriate Soil Health Assessment Framework for Indian agriculture. Pictured here (lef… Read more