Blogs Tagged World Food Prize

  1. Iowan Norman Borlaug To Be Enshrined In U.S. Capitol

    Iowa native and famed agricultural scientist Norman Borlaug will be commemorated with unveiling of a memorial statue in U.S. Capitol on March 25.

    03/14/2014

  2. Amazing History Of Food And Farming

    New, interactive educational exhibits at World Food Prize in Des Moines rival what you'd expect to see at Smithsonian.

    02/21/2014

  3. Don't Miss "40 Chances" Photo Exhibit

    Faces of hunger from all over the world are on display at the World Food Prize Hall of Laureates. This unique photo exhibit is free and worth seeing.

    01/10/2014

  4. The Great Debate On GMO Crops

    Believing in safety of genetically modified crops depends on trust and science.

    11/04/2013

  5. What I Learned At World Food Prize Symposium

    Hungry people don't worry about GMOs.

    10/28/2013

  6. Psst! A Insider's Secret For Young People

    Agriculture is a huge, golden field with bountiful career opportunities that may start beyond the farm gate.

    10/22/2013

  7. Perspectives On Feeding The World's Growing Population

    At this spring's conference, Dilip Kulkarni of India's Jain Irrigation Systems, believes time is running out to meet future food needs.

    06/26/2013