Meet the 2016 Cornell Alliance for Science Global Leadership Fellows as they discuss their commitment to help farmers and end world hunger through the tools of biotechnology.
Ghana is a developing nation full of promise and a reputation to uphold as “The Gateway to Africa.” In this new Alliance for Science video,
Though scientists are often stereotyped as cold and analytical, many share a passion for using science to make the world a better place, as these quotes reveal.
La libertad de expresión es uno de los derechos más esenciales que poseemos los seres humanos, de manera que concebir un mundo sin ella nos es imposible.
Muchos líderes a nivel mundial se han validado de este recurso para alzar su voz en búsqueda de oídos que escuchen su sentir, generando algunos de los más grandes movimientos y discursos que ha habido en la historia pues quien no recuerda el inolvidable “I have a dream” de Martin Luther King Jr. que hasta la fecha de ser escuchado o leído sigue tocando el corazón de todos nosotros.
As a member of the African diaspora, I feel it is my duty to stay informed on what’s happening on the continent, as well as to contribute to its development. Therefore, I was thrilled when invited to teach a short course on scientific writing at the West African Center for Crop Improvement (WACCI) this past January in Legon, Ghana. Known as a the “Gateway to Africa,” Ghana has always been seen as an example of Africa’s forward momentum towards economic growth and human development and it is only natural that this proud nation would want to lead in the agricultural sector as well.
I recently had the opportunity to attend the 13th United Nations Biodiversity Conference in Cancun, Mexico. COP MOP is the place where decisions are made and the regulatory framework of the future is built, as well as the focal point for people around the world who work everyday in biotechnology regulation.