BARD is research proposals for the2022 submission year. The deadline is September 13, 2021.
External evaluation showed an excellent return on investment rate 16 dollars gained from every 1 dollar invested through the program
The B-lever academia-to-industry program aims to help researchers in their path to commercialization.
Researchers Dr. Yair Mau from the Department of Soil and Water Sciences at the Hebrew University and Dr. Gil Bohrer from Ohio State University are jointly studying the internal water status in trees in order to optimize irrigation strategies.
A BARD-funded American Israeli collaboration between Dr. Dani Eshel from ARO, Volcani Center in Israel and Dr. Jiming Jian from Michigan State University’s department of plant biology are studying potato physiology and genetics postharvest sweetening of potato seed tubers and effects on their yield performance
A survey attempting to analyse customers’ attitude towards local agricultural production found striking similarities between Israeli and American consumers
Dr. Michal Levy Senior Deputy Director-General, Agriculture Innovation at the Israeli Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development appointed by the Minister Alon Schuster
The BARD Board of Directors has selected the research proposals, fellowships and workshops for the 2020 Submission
We have to shorten the food supply-chain and come up with solutions that enable consumers to reach fresh produce at all times.
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.
Envisioning Biological Approaches for the Postharvest Preservation of Fruits and Vegetables
The ever-growing demand of consumers for improved quality of fresh market tomatoes has led the industry to team-up with breeding research experts. BreedX is working together with American and Israeli researchers to produce better tasting tomatoes.
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.
Researchers are applying a metagenomic approach for characterization of the viral community composition (virome) associated with wastewater reclamation processes. This is a powerful approach for evaluating virus occurrence and diversity in untreated and treated wastewater.
During its meeting held June 1st, the BARD (U.S.-Israel Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund) board of directors approved the funding of grants and fellowships of joint US- Israel agriculture research and development in the sum of $6.7 million.
On April 30'th US and Israeli officials celebrate 40 years of agricultural R&D Cooperation at the Israeli Embassy in Washington. Officials pledged to deepen ties.
Big data analysis based on remote sensing imageries, environmental conditions, and orchard performance will help create models to predict tree-phenology
Prof. Gene Robinson acknowledged for outstanding research dontributions