Instrumental Access Awardees

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Agriculture & Food Security

Students in the test field at UAC in Benin

In Benin, researchers at Université d'Abomey-Calavi's School of Plant Sciences are working on breeding nutritious, climate-resilient crops that will increase food supplies and economic stability for farmers.

Read our profile of these Instrumental Access awardees and others whose research is focused on agriculture and food security.

Energy & the Environment

Dr. Esteban Garcia-Tamayo and Dr. Vladimir Martinez-Tejada in the Department of Nantotechnology Engineering at Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana in Colombia

Instrumental Access awardees in Colombia have founded South America's first-ever nanotechnology engineering department at the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, where researchers are creating practical and affordable solutions for storing energy.

Read this profile and more stories of Instrumental Access awardees focused on energy and the environment.

Global Health

Instructing students at MMDC

At Maratha Mandal’s NGH Institute of Dental Sciences & Research Centre, Instrumental Access awardees are investigating which types of stem cells have the most potential for use in regenerative therapy.

Read about their efforts and those of more than 40 other Instrumental Access awardees whose work is focused on improving global health.

Agriculture and Food Security Research Profiles

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Cameroon

Kenya

Malawi

Nigeria

Tanzania

Vietnam

Zimbabwe

Energy and the Environment Research Profiles

Bangladesh

Benin

Colombia

Eswatini

Ghana

Jamaica

Kenya

Nigeria

Peru

South Africa

Tanzania

Vietnam

Zimbabwe

Global Health Research Profiles

Armenia

Benin

Brazil

Cameroon

Dominican Republic

Ethiopia

Ghana

India

Jamaica

Kenya

Malawi

Mexico

Namibia

Nigeria

Peru

Republic of Congo

South Africa

Ukraine

Zambia

Zimbabwe