CABI and EWS-KT join hands to improve information accessibility in agriculture

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CABI and East-West Seed Knowledge Transfer Foundation (EWS-KT) are pleased to announce a new collaboration to provide education and training opportunities for smallholder farmers, farmer trainers and extension workers, and other agriculture sector professionals. This partnership will enable widespread utilization of scientific knowledge for improving crop quality and yield and…
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CABI Academy launches free course and certifications on bioprotection products

The CABI Academy is launching a free course giving practical guidance on choosing, using and interpreting the results of bioprotection products in the field. The course is aimed at extension workers and agro-input dealers, building skills in advising smallholder farmers about using nature-based solutions to manage crop pests and diseases…
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Leading CABI science contributes to CABI Agriculture and Bioscience journal’s first impact factor

Plantwise Plant Doctors promote the benefits of natural pestidices to farmers in Cambodia
Two CABI-led papers published in CABI Agriculture and Bioscience have contributed to the journal’s first impact factor of 3.9 – placing it in the first quartile of the Agriculture Interdisciplinary category in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). It is also the first journal from CABI which has achieved an…
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CABI strengthens research and publishing ties following visit of Chinese delegation

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CABI has strengthened its research and publishing ties with the Agricultural Information Institute (AII) of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science (CAAS) after a visit to its Wallingford and Egham, UK, offices by a delegation of officials. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Dr Andy Robinson, CABI’s Managing…
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Plant Health Cases joins CABI’s expanding publishing portfolio

Plant Health Cases – which explores topics including plant pests and diseases, weeds, environmental factors, diagnosis, prevention and control and much more – is the latest collection of case studies to join CABI’s expanding publishing portfolio. The collection, which is led by Editors-in Chief Lone Buchwaldt, David B. Collinge and…
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CABI Agriculture and Bioscience accepted for inclusion in Scopus abstract and citation database

The CABI Agriculture and Bioscience (CABI A&B) journal has reached a new milestone since it was launched in 2020 by now being included in Elsevier’s abstract and citation database Scopus. CABI A&B joins more than 35,000 peer-reviewed journals – of which over 5,000 are gold open access – which will…
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