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"University of Arizona alumna Maria Andrade, a plant scientist whose research led to the introduction of nine drought-tolerant varieties of sweet potato to farmers in Mozambique, is one of four individuals to receive the 2016 World Food Prize, announced by the foundation that supports the award.", uanews.arizona.edu
"The 2016 World Food Prize laureates were announced at a ceremony at the US Department of State Tuesday. The World Food Prize is the foremost international award recognizing the achievements of individuals who have advanced human development by improving the quality, quantity or availability of food in the world.", www.rttnews.com
"Founder of an international organisation that helped Bangladeshi scientists breed the world's first zinc-enriched rice has been announced this year's World Food Prize recipient along with three other pioneers of biofortified crops. Names of Howarth Bouis, founder of HarvestPlus, and three scientists of the International Potato Centre (CIP) -- Maria Andrade, Robert Mwanga and Jan Low -- were announced as the 2016 World Food Prize Laureates during a ceremony at the US State Department in Washington DC yesterday.", www.thedailystar.net
"Four research scientists were announced as 2016 World Food Prize Laureates. They are Drs. Maria Andrade, Robert Mwanga, Jan Low and Howarth Bouis. The four scientists are given credit for already improving the health of 10 million rural poor in Africa, Asia and Latin America, and that will increase to 100s of million more in the future.", www.agprofessional.com
"DES MOINES — Four scientists credited with creating food that’s fortified with essential nutrients and vitamins and has helped an estimated 10 million people avoid starvation and disease were awarded this year’s World Food Prize today.", www.thonline.com
"Howarth Bouis of the United States talks about his team's research focused on providing food and nutrition through biofortification – the process of breeding critical vitamins and micronutrients into staple crops such as wheat, rice and potatoes.", www.desmoinesregister.com
"The World Food Prize, announced that the 2016 World Food Prize will be awarded to three International Potato Center (CIP) Scientists, Drs. Jan Low, Maria Andrade, and Robert Mwanga and HarvestPlus' Dr. Howarth Bouis in recognition of their combined success in improving nutrition and health through biofortified crops.", www.eurekalert.org
"The World Food Prize announced Tuesday that Maria Andrade of Cape Verde, Robert Mwanga of Uganda, and Jan Low and Howarth Bouis of the United States as the recipients of the award in 2016 for their research to provide food and nutrition through biof", www.desmoinesregister.com
"The World Food Prize Foundation Tuesday honored Maria Andrade of Cape Verde, Robert Mwanga of Uganda, and Jan Low and Howarth Bouis of the United States for their research focused on providing food and nutrition through biofortification – the process of breeding critical vitamins and micronutrients into staple crops such as wheat, rice and potatoes.", www.desmoinesregister.com
"Four scientists affiliated with the World Bank-led agricultural research network will be honored with the 2016 World Food Prize for developing and implementing biofortified food crops to improve nutrition in chronically hungry populations.", www.agri-pulse.com
"Howarth Bouis of the United States talks about his team's research focused on providing food and nutrition through biofortification – the process of breeding critical vitamins and micronutrients into staple crops such as wheat, rice and potatoes.", www.press-citizen.com
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