The United Nations Food Systems Summit Independent Dialogue “Innovative Partnerships and Value Co-creation” held in Beijing

On September 15, the United Nations Food Systems Summit Independent Dialogue “Innovative Partnerships and Value Co-creation” was held in Beijing. Chinese A...

CAAS Further Solidifies Cooperation with Danish Partners

The Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) and the Royal Danish Embassy in Beijing held a side event for the World Food Summit 2021 on 12 April at...

The China Agricultural Sector Development Report 2020 released at 2020 China and Global Agricultural Policy Forum held in Beijing

Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) co-organized the 2020 China and Global A...

CAAS Gives More Weight to International Collaborative Innovation

Three new international cooperation projects funded by the ‘Agricultural Science and Technology Innovation Program’ were launched by the Department of Inte...

CAAS celebrated World Bee Day 2020: Bee engaged

The 3rd World Bee Day virtual celebration was held on May 20th organized by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

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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