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Asian Agricultural and Biological Engineering Association

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The Asian Agricultural and Biological Engineering Association (AABEA) is an association for members of CIAM (The Chinese Institute of Agricultural Machinery), JSAM (The Japanese Society of Agricultural Machinery) and KSAM (The Korean Society for Agricultural Machinery).

Journal: Engineering in Agriculture, Environment and Food

China National Rice Research Institute


China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI) was established in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province approved by the Chinese State Council in June 1981. The main mission of CNRRI is to contribute to food security, nutrition improvement, environment protection, and poverty elimination in China through rice research.

Journal: Rice Science

Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS)


The Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) is a national agricultural research institution undertaking China’s agricultural research and development in both basic and applied sciences as well as new and advanced application technology. CAAS plays an important role in solving the fundamental and strategic technological issues in agriculture and rural economic development, training advanced researchers, integrating agriculture with science and technology, and developing agricultural science and technology exchanges and cooperation.

Journal: Journal of Integrative Agriculture

Crop Science Society of China and Institute of Crop Sciences, CAAS


As one of the major social forces for popular science in crop science, CSSC takes active parts in National Science and Technology Week and National Science Popularization Day. All subcommittees and branches take advantages of shared popular science resources as a niche to carry out mass, basic, and social activities on popular science with increased capabilities and service quality.

Journal: The Crop Journal

European Society of Agricultural Engineers
The Institution of Agricultural Engineers


The European Society of Agricultural Engineers (EurAgEng) exists to promote the profession of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering and the people who serve it. The Society is particularly active in Conferences, Special Interest Groups, Publications, Networking and International lobbying.

The Institution of Agricultural Engineers is the professional body for engineers, scientists, technologists and managers in agriculture and the environment, agri-technology and allied landbased industries. IAgrE is an umbrella association linking 18 national societies of professional agricultural and biosystems engineering from 18 European countries that are not necessarily member states of the EU. It exists to promote the profession of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering and the people who serve it.

Journal: Biosystems Engineering

European Society for Agronomy


ESA acts as an open forum for agronomists, researchers, teachers and students who are concerned with basic and applied science in agronomy: the relationships between crops, soils, climates and agricultural practices, and between agriculture and the environment.

Journal: European Journal of Agronomy

International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences


The prime aim of IAPPS is to promote the application of an integrated approach to research and the application of the plant protection sciences. With an increasing world population and the need for more increased food production, effective and sustainable plant protection practices will have an increasingly important role to play. An integrated approach to plant protection that includes a scientific understanding of pest population dynamics, the role of natural control mechanisms, how various management practices can be combined to achieve better outcomes, etc. provides the best means of achieving effective and resilient plant protection strategies.

Journal: Crop Protection

International Soil Tillage Research Organization (ISTRO)


The goals of ISTRO are:

  1. To promote contacts among scientists undertaking research in soil tillage and field traffic and their relationship with the soil environment, land use and crop production,
  2. To stimulate scientific research in the domain of soil tillage and related fields, and
  3. To further the application of the results of such research into agricultural practice.

Journal: Soil & Tillage Research

Koninklijke Landbouwkundige Vereniging (KLV)


KLV is Wageningen University’s largest alumni network, with more than 8000 members. The association was set up in 1886. It provides a network for Wageningen graduates and for other professionals with links to Wageningen. Since 1952, KLV publishes the quarterly journal NJAS - Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences.

Journal: NJAS - Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences

Northeast Agricultural University


Journal: Journal of Northeast Agricultural University (English edition)