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Mission & Vision

Mission: "To promote innovative agricultural development in Papua New Guinea through scientific research, knowledge creation and information exchange".

Vision: "Prosperous Papua New Guinea (PNG) Agricultural Communities". Read More ->

Minister renames NARI Chemistry Lab

The Late Professor John Kola was not only a profound scientist and leader but also a nation builder who had made enormous contributions to the agriculture sector in various capacities during his life, says Francis Marus, Minister for Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology.

Council Chairman Prof Kola passes on

NARI staff were shocked when news reached them that their Council Chairman Professor John Kola passed away on May 23 2016 at the University of Goroka where he was the Acting Vice Chancellor. Late Professor Kola collapsed at around mid-day at his family home at the university campus and was rushed to the Goroka Base Hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival.

ROC-Taiwan strengthens partnership with NARI

The Technical Mission of the Republic of China to PNG (ROC-Taiwan) has been a partner to the country's agriculture development since the signing of an agricultural extension agreement in 1990. This partnership has expanded to NARI since the institute's birth in the late 90s and both have collaborated on a range of agricultural R&D avenues ever since.

Pacific Islands meet to build integrated crop management strategies for tuber crops

Specialists in crop protection from various Pacific Island countries learnt about various pest management strategies during a workshop at NARI HQ in Lae from April 18-22, 2016.

NARI cadetship scheme contributes to PNG human resource development

Six cadet officers graduated from their two-year cadetship program at NARI HQ in Lae recently.

They were attached to various disciplines at NARI's Momase Regional Centre (Bubia) and Highlands Regional Centre (Aiyura) to develop their research skills and further enhance their work experiences.

Those based at Bubia were Chesly Kobua (rice and grain), Joel Pilon (biotechnology) and Wilfred Wau (crop protection).

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