US-Israel Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund

BARD is a competitive funding program for mutually beneficial, mission-oriented, strategic and applied research of agricultural problems, jointly conducted by American and Israeli scientists.

BARD News

About BARD

Mission, BARD Staff, Board of Directors

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Applying For Research Grant

Guidelines and Forms for Research Grant Applications

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Managing Grants

Guidelines and Forms for Fiscal and Scientific Reporting of Research Grants

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Fellowships and Workshops

Guidelines for Application and Mangement of Postdocs, Grad Student Fellows, Senior Research Fellows and Workshops

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Evaluating Grants

For BARD Committee Members and Ad-Hoc Reviewers

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Funded Research

List of Research Grants, Postdocs, Workshops and Fellowships

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Latest News

BARD at 2019 JEDG
BARD at 2019 JEDG

Yoram Kapulnik presents BARD's accoumplishments at the 2019 U.S.–Israel Joint Economic Development Group (JEDG)

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Powerful Impact from Agricultural R&D
Powerful Impact from Agricultural R&D

After 40 years of funding pioneering academic research, BARD is announcing a new strategic direction, to increase the engagement of academia with the private sector, accelerating the transformation of innovative scientific research into food for the table of an increasingly hungry planet.

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Best Wishes Iris
Best Wishes Iris

BARD's mythological bookkeeper, Iris Shiovits, retires after 35 years of dedicated service.

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Antibiotic Awareness
Antibiotic Awareness

Although antimicrobials are vital to defend people, animals and plants against infections, their misuse and overuse can lead to their failure as microbes develop resistance to these life-saving treatments.

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Sampling Composted Biosolids
Sampling Composted Biosolids

Many pharmaceutical compounds are active at very low doses, and a portion of them regularly enters municipal sewage systems and wastewater-treatment plants following use, where they often do not fully degrade.

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