Among the numerous facilities at the disposal of food and agricultural research at Aarhus University you find the world's largest biogas plant for research purposes. Read more about the various facilities available for scientists and companies.
Food and agricultural scientists at Aarhus University participate in an impressive series of international projects. In relation to several of these our scientists provide international consultancy as well as research-based public-sector consultancy.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada provides information, research and technology, and policies
and programs to achieve security of the food system, health of the environment and innovation for growth.
Atlantic Cool Climate Crop Research Centre
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
The Atlantic Cool Climate Crop Research Centre is one of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's
national network of 19 research centres. The centre is located in St. John's, the
provincial capital of Newfoundland and Labrador and is recognized as a center of excellence
among the province's agricultural communities.
Agricultural Research Organization (ARO) Volcani Center
State of Israel/Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
The aims of the Newe Ya'ar Research Center are to advance the sustainability and profitability of regional and national agriculture. The research activities are conducted within eight sections: Aromatic and Medicinal Plants; Beef Cattle; Cucurbits and Molecular Genetics; Entomology and Biological Control; Environmental Horticulture; Pomology; Soil, Water and Environment; and Weed Science.
Plant and Food Auckland
Our research enables our industry partners to produce more and better food with reduced environmental impacts and fewer inputs. We work with our partners to optimise each step of the food production supply chain, from field or sea through to consumer, maximising value, increasing efficiencies in resource allocation, and providing innovation in designing new, novel foods.
conducts applied and specifically targeted research linked to multifunctional agriculture and rural development, plant sciences, environmental protection and natural resource management.
The development of a multifunctional and sustainable Norwegian agriculture, including rural development represents the framework of our agricultural research. Our Research and Development activities are aimed at enhancing viable farming based on the diverse agro-ecological conditions, and on the potentials of the agriculture and horticulture crops grown in Norway
Welcome to CABI
CABI is a not-for-profit international organization that improves peopleís lives by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment. Our mission and direction is influenced by our member countries who help guide the activities we undertake. These include scientific publishing, development projects and research, and microbial services.
Its core research programme is determined and funded by its members, and these members get exclusive access to the results. In addition, they have an inside track into details about research being funded at Campden BRI by UK government departments and the European Union, amongst others.
CIMAPís contribution to the Indian economy through its MAPs research is well known. Mint varieties released and agro-packages developed and popularised by CIMAP has made India the global leader in mints and related industrial products. CIMAP has released several varieties of the MAPs, their complete agro-technology and post harvest packages which have revolutionised MAPs cultivation and business scenario of the country.
Centro de Eda fologia y Biologia Aplicada del Segura
The mission of CEBAS-CSIC is, through its investigation, to contribute to generating the knowledge necessary to improve its competitiveness, developing strategies to attain the sustainability of the scant resources existing in semiarid areas through their correct management, and making possible a quality agriculture which produces healthy and safe plant food products.
CSIRO Plant Industry
CSIRO's Plant Industry Division is promoting profitable and sustainable agrifood, fibre and horticultural industries, developing new plant products and improving natural resource management through world-leading research.
Cyprus University of Technology
Department of Agricultural Sciences, Biotechnology and Food Science
The agricultural and food sector of Cyprus is in a state of transition due to the new socio-economic environment created
by the accession of Cyprus to the EU. In order to adjust to the new environment, and thus ensure its survival and further development within the EU, the agricultural sector of Cyprus must improve its competitiveness by reducing production costs and by improving quality of products.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) is a government department in the UK.
University of Derby
We have broadly based and interdisciplinary research interests, and work together synergistically with a wide range of national and international collaborations.
We're actively involved in a number of consultancy activities. These include:
Undertaking environmental and ecological surveys; Working with industry to solve specific problems; and Organising short courses and technology transfer events.
East Malling Research
East Malling Research (EMR) is the principal UK provider of top-class basic, strategic and applied
horticultural research and development for the perennial crops sector. Launched in 2004, EMR builds
on a 90-year history and world-class reputation for revolutionary research in this field.
Hangzhou Normal University
CCJC is for China JIC and its alliance around the world. The ultimate goal is to build up top science and great innovation for China and for the world.
CCJC is currently a virtual research centre proposed by its alumni, which is supported by various funds.
The current mission of CCJC is to enhance international cooperations between China and UK [could be extended to more Western countries], and to help international researchers to develop their career and science.
Harper Adams University
The Crop and Environment Sciences Department
There is a wide range of expertise in the department covering crop protection, crop production, field vegetables, fresh produce, soil and plant nutrition, environmental management, sustainable technologies, climate change, forestry, wildlife and conservation. Strong links with industry and professional bodies provide excellent support for the undergraduate placement year, and much of the research carried out by the department is funded commercially.
James Hutton Institute
The James Hutton Institute is an internationally networked organisation and operates from multiple sites, including two main ones in
Scotland at Aberdeen and Dundee. It employs more than 600 scientists and support staff, making it one of the biggest research centres
in the UK and the first of its type in Europe. The institute is one of the Scottish Governmentís main research providers in environmental,
crop and food science and will have a major role in the Scottish knowledge economy.
always sees as her own responsibility to invigorate China through science and education. Important results in the following research areas: plant & animal genetics & breeding, genomics & molecular biology, animal preventive veterinary medicine, pomology, horticulture & vegetable science, animal & plant disease prevention, control and safety evaluation, plant & animal production technology, food engineering & agricultural product processing, efficient use of agricultural resources and development of biomass energy, agricultural economics & land management, creating marked social and economic benefits.
is a European Integrated Research Project that focuses on all aspects of fruit from its start as a seed till a consumer bites into a juicy end product.
International Society for Horticultural Science
ISHS, the world's leading, independent organization of horticultural scientists.
University of Kwa Zulu-Natal
This new School is the largest in the College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science.
Important research areas in the school include biochemistry, genetics, microbiology, ecology, marine biology, biomarker development, plant and animal physiology, conservation biology, cellular biology, grassland science, evolutionary biology, entomology and systematics.
School of Biological and Conservation Sciences, University of Kwazulu Natal
Migal - Galilee Technology Center
is an applied research institute working in the fields of biotechnology, environmental sciences and agriculture. The institute, which is located in Kiryat Shemona, is a subsidiary of the Galilee Development Company.
Migal serves as a focus for the development of relations between science and community in the Galilee, and its researchers serve as members of the Faculty of Sciences at Tel Hai Academic College.
The University Of Nottingham
Internationally recognised for an outstanding quality of teaching and research, the School of Biosciences
is divided into 5 academic divisions:-Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, Animal Physiology,
Nutritional Sciences, Plant Sciences
and Food Sciences
School of Biosciences, The university of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus
The School enjoys close teaching and research links with the school in the UK. The School of Biosciences is an internationally recognised leader in several fields, including: plant and food production;
food quality and safety; nutrition; environmental protection
At the Malaysia Campus our portfolio is rapidly expanding with new environmental science programmes and research exploring the use of under-utilised plants.
Botany Department National Research Centre Cairo
Scientists from NRC and foreign scientists, mainly from developed countries, cooperate in undertaking joint research work of mutual interest to both countries. Such cooperation strengthens the link between local and foreign scientists, stimulates research and urges the display of capabilities and thoughts on the international level.
The University of Palermo
UNIPA is a consolidated cultural, scientific and teaching presence in central-western Sicily. Its 12 Faculties and 80 Departments cover the most important domains of contemporary scientific and technological knowledge.
Plant & Food Research
Is known worldwide for innovation in plant breeding. Products such as the JAZZô brand apple and ZESPRIģ GOLD Kiwifruit have afforded us a reputation for developing new and novel produce that deliver a premium consumer experience.
Plant & Food Research has extensive experience in breeding new fruits, vegetables, arable and ornamental crops with novel characteristics that appeal to the consumer, such as flavour, texture, colour and shape, or producer, including higher yield, pest and disease resistance, seasonality and storage potential.
The University Of QueenslandAustralia
Our Mission is to support UQ and the Faculty of NRAVS by gaining national and international recognition in agriculture and horticulture through teaching, research and community partnerships with industry and the general public.
Primary Industries Research Centre Central Queensland University
The Institute for Resource Industries and Sustainability (IRIS) provides multidisciplinary capabilities and expertise specifically structured to meet the needs of the Australian business sector. IRIS is an umbrella organisation that combines research capacity across several existing centres, including:
Centre for Environmental Management, Centre for Plant and Water Science, Centre for Intelligent and Networked Systems
Texas A&M University
Texas AgriLife Research comprises its College Station headquarters, 13 research centers reaching from El Paso to Beaumont and Amarillo to Weslaco, and associated research stations. A member of The Texas A&M University System, AgriLife Research has 1,700 employees, 375 of which are doctoral-level scientists who are nationally recognized experts in their fields. AgriLife Research collaborates with more than 30 nations.
The Institute of Horticulture
is the authoritative organisation representing all those professionally engaged in Horticulture in the UK & Ireland. Its Membership comprises, and represents, all those involved in the Management, Growing and Marketing of all Edible and Decorative Horticultural Crops, and the Research, Education and Consultancy concerned with them.
The Real IPM Company (k) Ltd
Real IPM has a reputation for designing IPM programmes of real value to growers. We deliver cost effective, crop protection solutions, which significantly reduce chemical inputs. Real IPM can increase the yield and quality of fruit, flowers and vegetables.
As a result of our vision and mission, biological control is taking centre stage, even in ornamental crops, grown on the Equator, with all year round pest and disease pressure.
has been laying the foundation for diverse plant breeding programs, rebuilding them to meet societyís expanding need for cutting-edge agricultural, biological and environmental science.
Plant breeding isnít just about creating a more perfect peach. Itís about exploring the world for the wild and domesticated ancestors of our modern crops. Itís about developing molecular tools to assist in the breeding process.
The Department of Plant, Soil
& Insect Sciences at UMass Amherst
PSIS was formed in 2004 by merging Plant and Soil Sciences with Entomology. In addition,
Plant Pathologists from the Department of Microbiology joined PSIS. Together, we
offer excellent programs in Academics, Research and Outreach
Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena Departmento de Produccion Vegetal
UPCT is a Spanish academic and public institution, also involved in Research and Development processes.
Our main focus is in Technical, Engineering and Economics degrees. The purpose of this web is to help those who want to know further information.
The United States National Arboretum - Floral and Nursery Plants Research Unit
conducts a broad based program of basic and developmental research that contributes to the introduction of new cultivars and the implementation of new technologies for the florist and nursery industries.
Emphasis is placed on developing new and superior floral and woody nursery plants.
HPC-WU forms part of Wageningen University and represents one of its oldest disciplines. Prof. J. Sprenger founded it in 1917 and it is
one of approximately 90 chairs within the University. Topics of our research and education are: production, keeping- and chain-management
of vegetables, cutflowers and potplants.
is a Department of the University of Warwick dedicated to undertaking world-class research. Underpinned by Mathematical Biology, Biometrics, Genomics and Bioinformatics, our four main research areas are:
Environment and Ecology; Horticulture and Crop Systems; Microbial Sciences; and Plant Science.
School of Plant Biology,The university of Western Australia
Our research covers cropping, natural terrestrial and marine systems.
Cropping:Agriculture and horticulture apply modern approaches in plant sciences, including genetics & plant breeding, ecology and physiology, developmental biology, molecular biology, pathology and natural product chemistry.