The thrill is gone
Thanks to the green revolution pioneered by an American visionary—Norman Borlaug—and the enterprise of our farmers and ranchers, more than a billion people around the world are thought to have been saved from starving to death. All we seem to have ...
Purdue to host fourth Borlaug Institute on Global Food Security
Imperial Valley News
Julie Borlaug, assistant director for partnerships of the Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture at Texas A&M University. She is the granddaughter of the late Norman Borlaug, an agronomist and humanitarian for whom the institute is named.
Editorial: Science champion
Biologist Norman Borlaug created the Green Revolution, saved a billion people from famine, and won the Nobel Peace Prize. Astronomer Carl Sagan became the public face of science through popular books and the “Cosmos” public television series.
Dr. Borlaug's influence continues
The World Food Prize will be prominently featured at three significant events addressing critical issues in global food security taking place in Italy, including at EXPO2015. At the invitation of Italian Minister of Agriculture, H.E. Maurizio Martina ...