AGRIS network map

The International System for Agricultural Science and Technology (AGRIS) of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations FAO AGRIS is a global information system collecting and making accessible bibliography on agricultural science and technology).

AGRIS is a global public domain database with more than 7.5 million structured bibliographical records on agricultural science and technology that come from a large international network of more than 150 participating institutions from 65 countries. Agro-Know is responsible for supporting the network members, collecting and processing their data, and presenting their research activities online through a dedicated web site:

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The Open Access compliance, though the publication and dissemination of the agricultural bibliographic records and the associated metadata to the global thematic aggregator AGRIS of the Food and Agriculture Organization - FAO (

The agricultural bibliographic metadata records of AGRIS can be re-used by agricultural databases, in order to enrich their content with related publications and abstracts on specific research topics. The provided content is periodical updated.

All the agricultural organisations with interest on sharing their research outputs and being part of the AGRIS community of data providers, they can contribute their agricultural bibliographic records to the agricultural community. Additionally, content providers can get a dedicated microsite with all their contributed research publications, categorized by content type, author and collection or journal.

The AKstem map service depicts the agricultural research institutes that serve as content providers, including information about the organisation and the contact person who is responsible for the data collection(s).