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USA’s Space Foundation is Charting a Space Education Roadmap Across the World and Africa is Next

Shelli Brunswick, COO of Space Foundation   Founded in Colorado Springs in 1983, Space Foundation is the world’s premier organization to inspire, educate, connect, and advocate on behalf of the global space community. The nonprofit leader spearheads space awareness activities, educational programs, and major industry events, including the annual Space Symposium and now Space Symposium 365.  In an …

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Paddy stubble can decompose in 25 days with microbial solution: ICAR

Initial results from the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) about trials on the effectiveness of a microbial consortium to decompose paddy stubble show that the latter can decompose within 25 days amid reports of Delhi-national capital region (NCR) and several other north-western states battling “poor” air quality index (AQI), which has become an annual …

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Pros and Cons of Hydroton (Clay Pebbles) in Hydroponics

Why clay pebbles are one of our top picks for small growers Clay pebbles or hydroton (sometimes referred to as LECA—light expanded clay aggregate) are a hydroponic substrate with units about the size of marbles or peanuts. Because they’re so lightweight, easy for transplanting and harvesting, and easy on the hands, they’re a favorite of small producers using …

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Still A Long Road Ahead For Indian Startups Eyeing To Take The IPO Route

There are about 35 startup unicorns in India and just a handful of them are chasing IPOs. It’s not the case of startups not wanting to go public, the situation is infact quite contrary. Lack of profitability is a major constraint for many startups as SEBI rules stop them from going public. Sample this, out …

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To Foster Innovation, Cultivate a Culture of Intellectual Bravery

When an organization stops innovating, it is only a matter of time before it fails. But what causes a company to cease coming up with new ideas? Over the last 20 years, I’ve studied many failed organizations and one of the things I consistently see is an almost imperceptible erosion of intellectual bravery. Intellectual bravery …

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WORLD FOOD DAY CONTEST – 16TH OCTOBER – KRISHI VIDYA SAMRIDDHI

SAVe Foundation in Collaboration with Agrighar Services Pvt Ltd is celebrating the occasion of “World Food Program (WFP)” being awarded with Nobel Peace Price, 2020 by inviting Case Studies & Posters under Kishi Vidya Samridhi KVS) Series #1 Submission guidelines👇🏻 1) Format: single page/slide 2) Last Date: October 14, 2020 3) Eligibility: Under Graduates and …

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Congo’s white gold? WFP bags its first batch of cassava flour

WFP is working with Congo’s Ministry of Agriculture and the University of Greenwich to ensure high standards of output. Photo: WFP/Alice Rahmoun When I was first posted to the Republic of Congo in mid-2017, a challenge immediately emerged: the United Nations had just launched an emergency appeal to help more than 100,000 displaced and conflict-affected …

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