As one of the world’s premier research organizations, IRRI has been leading the way in innovation that can catalyze positive change and transform our world for the better. IRRI Technology Transfer advances the institute’s vision by providing products and services and entering into meaningful partnerships with companies and organizations that align with and can help support IRRI’s mission goals.
Products and Services Public-private partnerships for accelerating impact
IP Licensing (Genetics)
Through its rice breeding programs, IRRI has generated an extensive portfolio of new rice cultivars with desirable characteristics. Non-exclusive access is given to private sector agencies under agreements to advance research and provide impact acceleration for rice farmers.
IP Licensing (Technologies)
As part of our work in enhancing rice production, IRRI has developed a variety of innovative technology solutions used throughout the rice value chain, which can be made available for collaboration with the private sector.
Benefit from IRRI’s extensive expertise and capacity in rice science to collaborate on specific research and development vectors aligned with your business goals.
R&D Consortia Membership
IRRI leads and organizes multi-sectoral partnerships that share ideas and expertise towards advancing research and developing new technologies and innovations for the global rice sector.
Training and Capacity Building
Augment your key people with critical skills and knowledge through IRRI Education or with customized modules designed for your area of interest.
Product Testing and Analysis
Determine the viability of your rice-related products with our testing and analysis services, backed by expert know-how, rigorous methodologies, and advanced technology.
Consultancy and Advisory Services
Amplify your organization’s capabilities with the expertise and guidance of our specialists in the fields of rice research, biotechnology, climate science, and agricultural systems.
Solutions for Smallholders
IRRI welcomes collaborations with governments, NGOs, and the private sector for scalable solutions and innovations that will benefit small rice farmers and their communities.