New study to identify 'ambitious scientific directions' for food, ag

Goal of year-long project is to involve scientific community in describing opportunities with high potential to create knowledge breakthroughs for food and agricultural research.

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine announced "Science Breakthroughs 2030," a new study to identify ambitious scientific directions in food and agriculture made possible by incorporating knowledge and tools from across the science and engineering spectrum.

According to a newsletter from the Academies' Board on Agriculture & Natural Resources (BANR), the goal of the year-long project is to involve the scientific community at large in describing scientific

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