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Indian-Born Scientist Wins World Food Prize

An Indian-born researcher whose work fueled a huge increase in wheat production has won the 2014 World Food Prize.   Sanjaya Rajaram was announced as the winner of the annual prize at the U.S. State Department in Washington on Wednesday.   U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, in his keynote address, spoke about the difference Rajaram's research has made.   "We're grateful for the hundreds of new species of wheat Dr. Rajaram has developed," Kerry said....

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