Strategic information hub for international agricultural research
In recent years, the momentum to solve global issues has been accelerating, while the continuous progress of science and technology has brought about a great change in the world. We are now in an era where international competitiveness depends on the difference in strategies such as cooperation in different fields and the introduction of cutting-edge technologies. In order to promote the transition to a healthy and sustainable global food system for both the earth and humankind, the collection, analysis, and provision of comprehensive information linking socioeconomics, food nutrition, and technological development is expected.
In addition to collecting and systematically organizing information on international agriculture, forestry and fisheries, we provide high-quality information. In addition, we will establish our position as Japan's foremost intelligence center by creating original content and devising effective methods of distribution to target audiences.
- Strategic public relations
- Global center functions
- Analysis of trends in food and nutrition supply and agricultural technologies
- Development of technology evaluation system
Japan and the rest of the world
Policy and strategy makers + media, people involved in technology development + international collaboration partners, and a wide range of stakeholders interested in international issues
KANAMORI Norihito (Information and Public Relations Office)
Report on the Symposium “Fruits and Vegetables - Research and Opportunities for Human and Planetary Health”
JIRCAS, in collaboration with the FAO Liaison Office in Japan, organized the Symposium “Fruits and Vegetables - Research and Opportunities for Human and Planetary Health” online on December 6, 2021. This symposium was an official side event of the Tokyo Nutrition for Growth Summit (N4G), which took place on December 7 and 8, 2021.
A group of 38 first year senior high school students and two teachers from Saitama Prefectural Kumagaya High School visited JIRCAS on November 26 (Friday), 2021 through the "Tsukuba Science Tour". This was the second visit from the school, following last November. As a safety measure against COVID-19, the students were divided into two groups, one in the morning and the other in the afternoon, for introduction of JIRCAS research activities (indoor lecture).
JIRCAS Co-organizes the International Workshop of Southeast Asia Research-based Network on Climate Change Adaptation Science with GLEC, Ibaraki University
JIRCAS will co-organize the International Workshop of Southeast Asia Research-based Network on Climate Change Adaptation Science (SARNCCAS) with the Global and Local Environmental Co-Creation Institute (GLEC), Ibaraki University. The workshop will be held online on September 16 and 17, 2021.