CABI's microbial identifications achieve unique UKAS accreditation
CABI's Microbial Services division has recently achieved UKAS accreditation to ISO 17025 for our molecular identification of bacteria.
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CABI's Chief Scientist is awarded by expert organization
Matthew Cock, CABI's Chief Scientist, is elected as an honorary member by the International Organization of Biological Control (IOBC) Global.
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Global Invasive partnership launched at COP11
CABI to join invasive species partnership GIASIP at COP 11. On Wednesday 10 October CABI will join fellow collaborators for the officail launch of Global Invasive Alien Species Information Partnership (GIASIP) at the Convention of Biological Diversity’s (CBD) annual event COP11...more
Official Launch of Research to Action at 3ie PIM workshop
Research to Action, a platform that aims to support researchers’ approaches to research communication and engagement, is set to be officially launched on Tuesday 25th September during the 3ie PIM workshop (September 2012)... more
First Plantwise clinic opens in China
China’s first Plantwise plant clinic has been successfully established in Rongjiang town, Xing’an county, Guangxi province, Southwest China (June 2012)...more
Strengthening Vietnam’s agriculture sector
CABI met with delegates from Vietnam's agricultural sector to discuss working together (May 2012)... more
CABI re-index improves searching and retrieval for database products
Seamless searching and one-click retrieval are now realities for customers of life sciences publisher CABI’s world-leading abstracts databases, thanks to a major re-indexing project. (April 2012)...more
CABI secures partnership with Handygo to extend agricultural information to India’s rural communities. Handygo technologies, one of India’s the leading mobile value-added service (VAS) providers, has collaborated with CABI’s Direct2Farm initiative to extend the reach of agricultural knowledge to India’s rural poor. (April, 2012)...more
Specialised rice plant clinics increase crop production for smallholder farmers in Northern India. A network of plant clinics was launched last month in the Uttar Pradesh region of India to help rural farming communities diagnose and treat rice plant pests and diseases. (April, 2012)...more
CABI’s open-access Invasive species Compendium (ISC) recognised as a key encyclopaedic source of knowledge at National Invasive Species Awareness Week (NISAW) in Washington D.C. (March 2012)...more
Research and information from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) will be feeding the knowledge bank behind CABI’s Plantwise initiative, thanks to a partnership agreement signed in Washington on 8 February 2012.
Researchers now have faster and easier access to information on development projects, thanks to an upgrade to the Department for International Development’s (DFID) website. For the first time, research that had previously been communicated through the Research for Development (R4D) website is now fully integrated into DFID’s website.