FAO/CIHEAM Inter-Regional Cooperative Research Network on Nuts (NUCIS)
1990, Yalova (Turkey), during Expert Consultation on the Promotion of Nut Production in Europe and the Near East, as part of F-XF5077 - European System of Cooperative Research Networks in Agriculture (ESCORENA) within B-XB0971 - FAO, through its European Commission on Agriculture (ECA) and E-XF3184 - CIHEAM - International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM). Also referred to as: FAO/CIHEAM Research Network on Nuts; European Cooperative Research Network on Nuts.
Establish close links between researchers working on the same subject; develop joint applied research on selected subjects, matters of common interest according to an accepted methodology, agreed division of tasks and timetable; promote exchange of nut germplasm; promote voluntary exchange of information and experimental data in selected subject matters.
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Coordination Board, comprising FAO and CIHEAM officers, Network Coordinator and Sub-network Liaison Officers. Coordination Centre, headed by Coordinator and Secretary. Specialized Sub-Networks (8): Almond; Chestnut; Hazelnut; Pistachio; Stone Pine; Walnut and Pecan; Genetic Resources; Economics.
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