An international information and technology hub for evaluating, creating and disseminating economically viable technologies, practices, and systems that reduce postharvest losses of commodities, including rice, wheat, maize, and oilseeds.
Integrated Bioprocessing Research Laboratory Works closely with the nine University of Illinois colleges, multiple disciplinary and professional units, and faculty and students to facilitate campus outreach, teaching, and research in areas related to bioenergy.
Illinois Plant Breeding Center (IPBC) The IPBC mission is to educate future generations of plant breeders (i.e., those involved in all areas related to cultivar improvement and seed product development) and provide on-going support through continuing education.
Landscape and Human Health Laboratory Examines ways in which the physical environment affects the healthy functioning of individuals, families, and communities, and ways that people can participate in shaping the environment.
Soybean Innovation Lab (SIL) The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Soybean Value Chain Research (SIL) is housed at the University of Illinois and is USAID’s only comprehensive program dedicated to soybean technical knowledge and innovation. SIL’s international team of tropical soybean experts provides direct support to researchers, private sector firms, non-governmental organizations, extensionists, agronomists, technicians, and farmer associations tasked with soybean development.