How can studying science help feed the world? AIFSRC Staff Mellissa Wood and Emma Zalcman joined year 9, 10 and 11 students from Domremy College in Sydney via Skype to discuss how the work of AIFSRC...
The AIFSRC has just released the July newsletter. This edition is bursting with news on the launch of the new Alliance for Agricultural R&D for Food Security and the launch of the Centre’s ...
What we do
The Australian International Food Security Research Centre (AIFSRC) is accelerating the delivery and adoption of agricultural innovations for food security. We are doing this by bridging the gap between the development and adoption of research outcomes. These innovations include technologies, enabling policies and improved farming practices.
The AIFSRC works through collaborative partnerships to help understand and overcome barriers to adoption, whether these barriers are social, economic or technical. Our approach to enhance innovation uptake aims to increase agricultural productivity, generate additional income and promote food security. This will in turn improve the resilience and livelihoods of smallholder farmers and ultimately contribute to economic development.
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This film highlights the centre’s activities and how it is helping to accelerate the delivery and adoption of research innovations for food security. See how we are helping smallholder farmers and other poor households access nutritious food. For more detail on our projects view an extended version of this film.