What is AgroServ?
Amidst the pressing issues of biodiversity loss and climate change, the challenges confronting agriculture are more urgent than ever. Moreover, agriculture is a major force for putting pressure on natural resources, leading to biodiversity loss. There's a crucial need for a transition to a more balanced and sustainable food production. However, agriculture is intricate, involving complex systems and individual scientists and labs can't possess the expertise and equipment required to address every facet of these challenges. AgroServ was established to bridge this gap. We provide access to a diverse array of research services through a single portal.AgroServ in a nutshell
Under the umbrella of 11 major European research infrastructures we have united over 140 research services related to agroecology under one roof. A research infrastructure serves as a facilitator, fostering collaboration among the research community and enhancing accessibility to each other's facilities, resources, and services. By establishing new connections among researchers and their respective facilities, and by actively engaging farmers, industry stakeholders, projects, and policymakers, our project seeks to accelerate advancements in agroecological research.11 partners boosting the agroecological research
Interdisciplinarity is key to understanding the complex interactions between ecological, agricultural, social and economic factors and is an elementary part of the AgroServ project. We enable access to 140+ research installations across Europe. The services can be used to simulate current and future climatic conditions, test new management practices, assess the performance of crops under changing conditions and include agroecological data and modelling capacities.Explore our catalogue
From molecules to society
143 research services for the whole agroecology community
How do I know if my research matches AgroServ?
AgroServ covers a wide range of services and resources for agricultural research. If your work or research involves disciplines related to agriculture, plant sciences, or similar fields, and if you want to address interdisciplinary topics related to agroecology, then it's likely within the scope of the project. We cover scientific domains from environmental to information and social Sciences.Common questions among applicants
11 Research Infrastructures