Nanjing Agricultural University is one of Chinas most established state funded colleges of agricultural sciences under the organization of the Ministry of Education placed in Nanjing, Jiangsu area of China. The foundations of the college might be followed back to the Faculty of Agriculture and Natural History of Sanjiang Normal School in 1902. Sanjiang Normal School later got to be Nanjing Higher Normal School, National Southeastern University, National Central University and Nanjing University, and restored agricultural staff in 1917. The agricultural staff turned into agricultural school in 1927, and established the first divisions of Agronomy and Horticulture in Chinese colleges. An alternate fundamental wellspring of NAU is the agricultural employees of University of Nanking secured in 1914 and got to be agricultural school in 1930, and it made the first staff of Forestry and division of Agronomics, and was the herald of four-year single man program in higher rural training in China. The two agricultural schools were consolidated to structure NAU in 1952. The Graduate School was created in 2000, which makes NAU one of the 56 colleges with masters level college among more than 1000 colleges and schools in China. Participation since the 1980s with Cornell University, USA, in the field of crop production hatched the State Key Laboratory of Plant Genetics and Germplasm Enhancement at the college and the National Center of Soybean Improvement. The college keeps up close associations with 30 colleges in 10 nations. NAU staff is also included in the application of research projects.
Editors, Contributors and Speakers [
The following is the list of scholars from Nanjing Agricultural University who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences