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Drought ‘that divided homes’ keeps hunger’s grip on Turkana

February 8, 2013

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TURKANA, Kenya--Droughts have become more frequent and longer over the last three decades. For the most vulnerable, like Ana Mana, the absence of rainfall means the constant threat of hunger.

Unraveling Environmental Issues with Genetics

December 20, 2012

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The tiny western flowered thrip is an insect as translucent as ale that looks like a cross between a grasshopper and a maggot.  But its small parenthesis-like size doesn’t fool farmers. It’s costing them millions of dollars as the bug chomps its way through hundreds of thousands of acres of fruits, vegetables and flowers in Southern and […]

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