Science to enable safe and sustainable agri-food systems

As a non-profit, public charitable organization, the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute collaborates with experts to respond to relevant issues that have a global impact through applied research, capacity building, education, and outreach.

Our Work

All our work is for public benefit and focuses on contributing to long-term solutions. Our primary areas of activity include biosafety capacity building, environmental risk assessment, sustainable nutrition security, and food and feed safety assessment.

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