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FAO chief calls for halting the use of antimicrobial medicines to promote growth in farm animals
Thursday 31 May 2018|Food Security|  Views:: : 116 |


  Antimicrobials are important to safeguard the health of humans and animals, but these medicines need to be used responsibly, including in the agricultural sectors, FAO Director-General JosĂ© Graziano da Silva said today at a high-level UN coordination meeting on antimicrobial resistance (AMR).


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FAO hails UN Security Council Resolution on hunger and conflict
Friday 25 May 2018|Food Security|  Views:: : 41 |


  A United Nations Security Council Resolution on hunger and conflict today won praise from FAO Director-General JosĂ© Graziano da Silva for underscoring the critical role of safeguarding food production and rural livelihoods even under conditions of extreme violence and instability.


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“Think big” to make global food trade work for nutrition
Wed,16 May 2018|Food Security|  Views:: : 45 |


  Global trade in food is essential for all countries, but the world's trade and regulation rulebook needs to be rebooted with an eye to bolstering trade in food that is healthy and nutritious rather than simply cheap, FAO Director-General JosĂ© Graziano da Silva said today.


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LATENT FINGERPRINTS ON LATEX GLOVES (Development and Photographic Techniques)
Wed, 25 April 2018 16:36|Science and Technolo|  Views:: : 31 |


  Latent fingerprint development on latex gloves is possible in many circumstances. The tight-fitting, non-porous nature of the gloves themselves leads to considerable perspiration of the hands. When the gloves are removed, they are typically “peeled” off, preserving the fingerprint...


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FAO calls for global coordination for a bioeconomy that leaves no one behind
Wed,25 April 2018|Food Security|  Views:: : 53 |


  If done right, in particular with and for family farmers, bioeconomy can help efforts to tackle pressing global problems such as hunger, poverty and climate change. This was the message FAO Deputy Director-General Climate and Natural Resources, Maria Helena Semedo delivered today at the Global Bioeconomy Summit in Berlin.


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'Day zero' water crises: Spain, Morocco, India and Iraq at risk as reservoirs shrink
Wed,18 April 2018|Food Security|  Views:: : 57 |


  Cape Town recently grabbed global headlines by launching a countdown to the day when taps would be cut off to millions of residents as a result of a three-year drought. Drastic conservation measures have forestalled that moment in South Africa, but dozens of other countries face similar risks from rising demand, mismanagement and climate change...


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Moss capable of removing arsenic from drinking water discovered
Tuesday 17 April 2018|Food Security|  Views:: : 48 |


  A moss capable of removing arsenic from contaminated water has been discovered by researchers from Stockholm University. And it happens quickly -- in just one hour, the arsenic level is so low that the water is no longer harmful for people to drink. The study has been published in the journal Environmental Pollution.


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