News Release 12-024
NSF Provides Additional $5.9 Million to Support Five New BREAD Program Projects
Projects will use innovative approaches to advance basic research on key problems involving small farmer agriculture in the developing world
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New synthetic biology technologies will be used to create live vaccine candidates for preventing contagious bovine pleuropneumonia, one of the most important infectious cattle diseases in Africa.
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