A new global research agenda for food

by Lawrence Haddad, Corinna Hawkes, Patrick Webb, Sandy Thomas, John Beddington, Jeff Waage & Derek Flynn

A woman feeds her malnourished child in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Eduardo Soteras/AFP/Getty

Lawrence Haddad, Corinna Hawkes and colleagues propose ten ways to shift the focus from feeding people to nourishing them.

 

http://www.nature.com/news/a-new-global-research-agenda-for-food-1.21052

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