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Is there a new paradigm of agricultural research?


Do the growing awareness that our agri-food system has multiple roles to play, the new services to agriculture that other economic sectors can now provide, and the increasing weight of large private corporations contribute to establish a new paradigm of agricultural research? [read]



A review of two recent publications and of forthcoming studies illustrates EU’s thinking on food and agriculture


Concerning gaps cast doubt on independence and credibility of research conducted by the European Parliament’s Think Tank. [read]



Scientific research under the influence of private interests


A study by France’s INRA shows that a large proportion of research publications on GMOs is the object of conflicts of interest and that, in this case, the content of the publication has high chances of being in favour of seed companies. [read]

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After pockets, corridors,... what next? (New)


In Africa, development corridors were to help solve the food issue. Where do we really stand? [read]



The World Economic Forum’s “New Vision for Agriculture” is moving ahead on the ground…


Make large multinationals the masters of the food and agriculture sector, by funding them in part by rich countries’ taxpayers and to the detriment of hundreds of millions of small family farmers... [read]