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The mid term appraisal committee constituted by ICAR in 1990 to review the work of the All India Coordinated Centres on Pig recommended the establishment of one National Research Centre on Pig preferably in the North Eastern part of the country where 28% of countrys pig population is distributed. Following the recommendation, ICAR approved the establishment of one NRC on pig at Rani, Guwahati, Assam towards the fag end of the IX five year plan. All existing AICRP centres were merged with the NRC and the post of project coordinator was upgraded to the position of Director.
The Director, NRC on Yak exercises full authority for research strategy formulation and administration. Institute Management Committee (IMC), Research Advisory Committee (RAC), Staff Research Council (SRC) and other functional committees constituted by ICAR provide directives to the Director for running the institute's administration. For day-to-day administration and smooth running of the institute, a team of scientists, technical, administrative and supporting staff, assists the Director.
The Bee Research Institute (BRI), Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) is the only one national comprehensive research institute on apicultural science which conducts applied basic research and explores the application of new and high technology in apicultural science with the aim to improve the economic and social effectiveness of apiculture and promote the modernization of apiculture science and technology.
Institute of Animal Sciences (IAS), Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) was established in 1957. It is a national multi-discipline research organization in the field of animal science. There are currently 166 staff members in the institute, among which 149 are scientists and technicians, including 1 academician of Chinese Engineering Academy, 39 professors, 47 associate professors, and 89 doctor degree holders.
Harbin Veterinary Research Institute (HVRI), CAAS was founded in 1948, the first research institute of veterinary medicine in China. It mainly engages in applied and basic research on prevention and control of animal infectious diseases. A lot of academic achievements have been made in etiology, epidemiology, pathogenic mechanism, pathology, diagnosis, immunology, molecular biology, veterinary biotechnology, and other areas. 254 research achievements have been obtained, which listed HIVR among the Top 100 research institutes in China.
The Lanzhou Veterinary Research Institute (LVRI) is one of the famous institutes engaging in research on preventive veterinary medicine in China. It is especially superior in research on epidemic diseases of herbivores. It has established Laboratory of Livestock Foot-and-Mouth Disease, Laboratory of Livestock Infectious Disease, Laboratory of Livestock Parasitic Disease, Laboratory of Zoonosis, and Laboratory of Poultry Diseases.
The Lanzhou Institute of Husbandry and Pharmaceutical Sciences (LIHPS) is dedicated to addressing major scientific issues related to livestock production. Specifically, LIHPS is focused on four research areas: animal husbandry, veterinary medicine, traditional Chinese veterinary medicine (TCVM), and prataculture. Many of the institute’s studies are dedicated to developing sustainable breeding techniques for Tibetan sheep and yak, and immunological approaches to enhance the fertility of ewes using the steroid antigen (testosterone-3-carboxyl-thyloximino).
Shanghai Veterinary Research Institute (SHVRI), formerly Shanghai Institute of Domestic Animal Parasitology, is a national research institute that specializes in researches on major swine and avian infectious diseases, animal parasitic diseases, zoonosis and anti-parasite drug, with special focus on etiological biology, molecular epidemiology, pathogenesis and immunologic mechanism of pathogens as well as applied research on diagnosis, prevention and control technologies of animal diseases.
Institute of special animal and plant of sciences (ISAPS) of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences was originally founded in 1956, which is the only national institute on conservation and utilization of wildlife in China. Now, ISAPS is composed of two parts: Zuojia Experimental Base stands on the beautiful Zuojia Town, Jilin Province; its area is 56.81 square kilometers, of which 78 percent are forest.
The mission of the Institute is to study on animal infectious diseases, provide disease diagnostic services and implement assays of animal drugs, and from these of knowledge, improve the efficiency and sustainability of livestock farming, enhance animal welfare, safeguard the supply and safety of animal products.