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List of Feed the Future Innovation Labs

Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Animal Health Washington State University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Applied Wheat Genomics Kansas State University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Crop Improvement Cornell University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Current & Emerging Threats to Crops The Pennsylvania State University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Processing and Post-Harvest Handling Purdue University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Safety Purdue University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research, Capacity and Influence Michigan State University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Systems for Nutrition Tufts University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Fish Mississippi State University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Genomics to Improve Poultry University of California, Davis
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Horticulture University of California, Davis
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Integrated Pest Management Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Legume Systems Research Michigan State University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems University of Florida
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Markets, Risk and Resilience University of California, Davis
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Peanut University of Georgia
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for the Reduction of Post-Harvest Loss Kansas State University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Small-Scale Irrigation Texas A&M University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Sorghum and Millet Kansas State University
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Soybean Value Chain Research University of Illinois
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Sustainable Intensification Kansas State University

 

Map of the Feed the Future Innovation Labs across the USA

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