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The statement of Prof M S Swaminathan on Government’s repealing of the three farm laws
19/11/2021

I am happy with the announcement today. I emphasize that C2+50% is the core of the reports of the National Commission on Farmers. The future of our agriculture depends on the impact we can make on three fronts: production, procurement and prices. These should be attended to concurrently.

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MSSRF institute Hema Ramachandran Fellowship for Women Scientists
03/11/2021

M S Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) entered into an agreement to institute Hema Ramachandran fellowship for Women Scientists’ to improving gender equality in scientific research.

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India-based organisations launched a website to track climate action of developed countries based on the carbon budget
02/11/2021

The Climate Change Group at the M.S Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) Chennai, and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Department at the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS) Bengaluru, have launched a website to track equity in climate action.

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WFP,MSSRF Join Hands For Climate Change Adaption Food Security, Nutrition, & Rural Livelihood
08/10/2021

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) have entered into a strategic partnership on research and programmes around agriculture and food security, nutrition, climate change adaptation, community resilience building, and sustainable livelihoods in India.

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Need of more science-based education to counter misinformation
26/09/2021

There is always a need for dedicated scientific platforms where young school students and teachers can learn basic process skills and attitudes towards science such as observing, classifying, communicating, measuring, inferring, and predicting.

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“Need to expand public food baskets for socio-economic groups to counter malnutrition” say Experts
12/08/2021

An enabling system require in a place where mother to feed self and their children in optimum level to eradicate malnutrition.

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