03.9.2017

National Academies announces Breakthroughs 2030 study. Nominations for lead committee are due by March 22

In conjunction with the SoAR Foundation, The National Academies has officially announced the Breakthroughs 2030 study to produce a 10-year agenda for food and agriculture research. Nominations for the study’s lead committee are due by March 22. Please contact Tim Fink (tfink@supportagresearch.org or 571-257-7625) with any questions.  

For more info, see: http://bit.ly/2n3MijK  

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