After hundreds of studies, scientists around the world say biotech is just as safe as products obtained through conventional agriculture.
Scientists and entrepreneurs are changing the way we grow our food, making agriculture ripe for another green revolution.
Poverty fighter Fazle Hasan Abed of Bangladesh, founder of the largest NGO in the world, has been named winner of the World Food Prize for 2015.
Misuse of antibiotics created a monster called antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Better antibiotic use is the answer; everyone will be part of the solution.
Bees, bats, butterflies and other birds and insects are hard-working pollinators, critical to food security. The U.S. wants to insure they stay healthy.
The number of farmers is declining due to urbanization and economic pressures. Policymakers worldwide are joining forces to encourage new farmers.
With advances in crop development like biofortification, the global agriculture and food sectors have geared up to make people healthier.
The USA Pavilion at the Milan Expo opened May 1. Student ambassadors guide visitors through a journey of U.S. innovation to address global food challenges.
Coffee is Ethiopia’s top export, providing livelihoods for 15 million people. That's why USAID is showing farmers how to increase the value of their beans.