Scenario 4:  Targeted Science A proactive world in which many science-related challenges are anticipated, and can be more readily addressed, because of deep understanding of organisms and the environment.  Although the world is not immune from geopolitical instabilities, such as food insecurity and the impacts of climate change, these threats are effectively managed, and long-term strategies are in place based on the application of new scientific advances. 

UK gender-equality scheme spreads across the world

Gene-Altered Apples Get U.S. Approval

Researchers estimate over two million deaths annually from air pollution

Nuclear Power is Too Safe to Save the World From Climate Change

Why Are Food Prices Rising?  Causes of Food Price Inflation

To Protect the Food Supply, Spend More Federal Money

Rising Tides and Targeted Science Funding:  The Gain for Basic Research

Former CDC chief launches $225 million global health initiative

Conserved nematode signaling molecules elicit plant defenses and pathogen resistance

Students Use CyVerse to Help Predict Mosquito-Borne Diseases

USDA Invests $13.6 Million in Citrus Greening Research

In Search of Next-Gen Bioproducts and Fuels, DOE Invests $40M in 4 Bioenergy Research Centers

Darpa “Insect Allies” Project to Develop Viruses and Insects for Maize Improvement

Senate spending panel approves $2 billion raise for NIH in 2018 Safeguarding U.S. wheat:  Kansas State University researchers staying ahead of wheat blast disease

Outsourcing coming soon to a lab near you

Crop Breeders sprout plan boosts public sector research

Ug99 resistant wheat