Israeli agriculture center wins UNESCO global prize for innovation

 

A first for the UN body to award Israel’s Agricultural Research Organization Volcani Center the life sciences award.
• Volcani Center director said, This is a ‘great achievement for the state and underscores our contribution not just to science but to international cooperation for ensuring food security for future generations.’

By Danielle Roth-Avneri

 

The Agricultural Research Organization Volcani Center, a government-run institute in central Israel known for its groundbreaking discoveries, is among the three winners of the UNESCO Equatorial Guinea International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences for 2017.

The Cohen family, Dr. Dai and Uri Ariel at presentation of the “Hadar strawberry,” named after Hadar Cohen kill by a terrorist in Jerusalem.  – Photo: Volcani Institute

 

One comment

  1. israelandstuffcom says:

    Folks shouldn’t covet this ‘bread crumb’ given to show they don’t really hate Israel, even though they took away… ‘officially’ disassociated Jerusalem, and Hevron, (where Abraham PURCHASED land, and he, Issac & Jacob are buried with their wives) from the Jewish people AND the Jewish State!

    Fu(k UNESCO, and the donkey they road in on.

    Israel’s Volcani scientists and researchers have done more in agricultural development and food production that deals with harsh climates, water limitations and greater production yield per acre than any other one group of people in the world. This ‘acknowledgement’ means little, when the entire world already knows Israel is the leader in agricultural technologies.

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