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Henan Agricultural University

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Henan Agricultural University () is a public university in Zhengzhou, China. It was established in 1912 as Henan Public Agricultural Major School. The school area occupies approximately 144000 square meters. The university established intercollegiate ties with universities in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Thailand, the Netherlands and other countries. The university offers 10 departments: Agricultural, Engineering, Management, Economics, Laws, Science, Arts, Education, Medical Science, Musical Art. It is equipped with 20 colleges. The university has 1st and 2nd levels and national key disciplines, 34 provincial key disciplines, six postdoctoral research bachelors, five 1st level Ph.D. degree authorization subjects, 28 Ph.D. points, 18 1st level master's degree authorization subjects, 73 master's degree programs, and 54 degree courses. A national wheat engineering technology research center, national corn improvement (Zhengzhou) branch, the national tobacco cultivation physiological and biochemical research base support 24 national and provincial research centers and key laboratories. More than 1700 teaching staff are on site, including 11 double-hired academicians, more than 400 professors and associate professors, and three 1st and 2nd level experts of national "key talent project". The experts earned a "Chinese agriculture talent award", four national outstanding contribution young and middle-age experts, 34 researchers have special allowance from the state council of China, two are national key teachers, 11 are provincial class doctors, 34 are province administrating experts, seven are provincial innovative talents, 29 are provincial academic technology leaders, and 68 are provincial key teachers. In January 2017, Henan Agricultural University and the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT, Texcoco, Mexico) signed a long-term collaborative agreement to expand on the knowledge and capacities of each institution by setting up shared research programs.
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