CAAS Partnered New Zealand, Australia and Indonesia for Cooperation in Agricultural Science and Technology

At the invitation of the New Zealand National Academy of Agricultural Sciences; Massey University; the Australian Natural Resources Management South; University of Tasmania; the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences of Indonesia; and the Center for International Forestry Research, Prof. Tang Huajun, President of CAAS visited the above research agencies with a delegation from CAAS from November 22nd to December 1st, 2017.

CAAS Meets with French INRA for Deepening Agricultural Cooperation

On December 5th, 2017, Prof. Tang Huajun, President of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) met with Mr. Philippe Mauguin and the delegates from French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA).

Sowing Seeds of Hope-In Celebration of CAAS' 60th Anniversary

Food gives people a sense of security, while clothing protects them from the cold.Bearing this in mind, CAAS staff of different generations have devoted themselves to people's wellbeing and the country's future by boosting the development of the nation’s agriculture with science and technology.

CAAS President Prof. Tang Huajun Meets with President of the World Food Prize Foundation

Prof. Tang Huajun, President of CAAS, met with Dr. Kenneth M. Quinn, President of the World Food Prize Foundation, and exchanged views with him on strengthening collaboration in the fields like selection of recipients of the World Food Prize and the Borlaug Field Award and Youth programs.

Prof. Chen Mengshan from CAAS Met with Dr. Javier Gracia-Garza from AAFC

Prof. Chen Mengshan, Secretary of the Leading Party Group of CAAS met with the delegation led by Dr. Javier Gracia-Garza from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada on November 10th, 2017.

Research and policy work at the Academy cover a broad range of topics that have been categorized as eight disciplinary clusters, 134 focused fields
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The Agricultural Science and Technology Innovation Program (ASTIP) officially begins in 2013 and is directly supported by the Chinese central government.
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CAAS has nearly 10 000 employees, including over 6 000 technicians. Of whom, 49% of the employees have obtained master’s degree or above.
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Founded in 1979 and approved by the State Council in 1981,the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences is one of the earliest degree conferral institutions for master’s degree and doctor’s degree in China.
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Distribution of CAAS Institutes