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Company Overview of Columbia University Earth Institute

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Norman E. Borlaug Ph.D.

Member of the External Advisory Board, Columbia University Earth Institute
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Norman E. Borlaug, Ph.D serves as the President of Sasakawa Africa Association. Dr. Borlaug is Distinguished Professor of International Agriculture Texas A&M University, Department of Crops and Soil Sciences. He is credited with saving more lives than any person who has ever lived. In 1944, Dr. Borlaug joined the Rockefeller Foundation's pioneering technical assistance program in Mexico, where he was a research scientist in charge of wheat improvement. For the next 16 ...

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