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ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia and head of the World Food Prize Foundation, Mary Shelman, director of the Agribusiness Program At Harvard Business School who coordinates the renowned HBS Agribusiness Seminar and Art Douglas, who served as chair of the Atmospheric Sciences Department at Creighton University for 28 years.
ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia, has served as president of the World Food Prize Foundation since January 2000.
Plaza in Omaha, the Nebraska State Capitol in Lincoln and the World Food Prize Foundation Headquarters in Des Moines, Iowa.
Ruan be sent to the World Food Prize Foundation, 1700 Ruan Center, 666 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50309.
for the 2001 World Food Prize, sponsored by the World Food Prize Foundation.
The United States is making headway against European resistance to biotech crops and food, according to Alan Larson, under secretary of state for economic, business and agricultural affairs, who was speaking last week at a symposium on biotech crops sponsored by the World Food Prize Foundation.
The prize is awarded annually by the Iowa-based World Food Prize Foundation.
Says John Ruan, chairman of The World Food Prize Foundation, "This team of visionary scientists dedicated years of relentless scientific research, and cooperative effort with U.