AGRIS adds 48,859 additional records and now boasts 11,911,717 total records
The AGRIS team is thrilled to announce that 48,859 additional records from 17 data providers have been published in the International Information System for the Agricultural Science and Technology (AGRIS). AGRIS now boasts 11,911,717 total records.
In a world where the need for access and understanding of open data and data management becomes increasingly more important for food security and nutrition, the FAO AGRIS team is thrilled to continue to provide access to nearly 12 million bibliographic records.
By participating in AGRIS, organizations’ publications are helping to bridge the access gap for scientific literature, exposing it to an international audience through the wide distribution of AGRIS. The AGRIS team wishes to thank all of the data providers that contributed to the addition of 48,859 new records (listed below):
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Belarus Agricultural Library (BelAL)
Instituto de Investigaciones Porcinas (IIP)
Library of Antonin Svehla
Fundamental Library of the Latvia University of Agriculture
State Agrarian University of Moldova Library
Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias de la Universidad Nacional de Asunción
University Library, University of the Philippines at Los Baños
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca
Publishing center Science and Practice
Alexander Galushkin Publishing House
Federal Scientific Center of Legumes and Groat Crops
Saint Petersburg Forestry Research Institute
Slovak Library of Forestry and Wood Sciences
Instituto Agronómico Mediterráneo de Zaragoza
US National Agricultural Library
More about AGRIS
Since 1974, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has supported Member Countries to make their research products visible and accessible, through AGRIS, the International System for Agricultural Science and Technology, one of the world’s leading public information services in food and agriculture. AGRIS focuses especially on scientific information produced in the Global South.
AGRIS provides a great opportunity to increase analysis of agricultural performance and, consequently, help inform agriculture investment, innovation and policy to drive changes toward increasing sustainability in the agriculture sector. The platform provides free access to more than 12 million records about publications in up to 90 different languages. It facilitates access to referring books, journal articles, monographs, book chapters, datasets and grey literature - including unpublished scientific and technical reports, theses, dissertations and conference papers in the area of food and agriculture.