Using science to solve global challenges
Our science finds practical solutions to the most pressing problems in agriculture and the environment, whether it’s working out how to stop pests destroying a crop or measuring the effects invasive species are having in a specific region.
CABI scientific outputs
Abstracts of CABI’s extensive science output are openly accessible to external users and it is possible to search for what CABI's scientists have published on a particular subject.
You will find nearly all CABI publications since 2000, and many from the last century.
Our working papers cover any aspect of our mission, and provide an outlet for thought leadership pieces, reports on project work, historical documents, proceedings and others.
They are peer-reviewed, and make important information publically available that is either too premature or unsuitable for peer-reviewed journals.
Our social science
Monitoring and evaluation is a key part of our project work and is becoming increasingly important for effective project management.
Good monitoring and evaluation allows teams to learn and improve at the operational, strategic and conceptual level. Evidence of outcomes and impacts ensures value for money and supports fundraising efforts.
Our study brief series demonstrates the results of our social science work and how we are helping farmers globally.
Our science strategy
Our science strategy guides how we deliver all our scientific activities while our annual science report demonstrates our progress. The strategy was based on an external review process.
Annual science report
CABI's annual science report provides details of our performance in publishing science and measures the quality and impact of our scientific outputs.
Our monitoring and evaluation strategy
The CABI monitoring and evaluation strategy sets out CABI’s approach to measuring and optimising the results of interventions, ensures relevance and efficiency in the implementation and that we learn what works, what doesn’t and why, in a particular context.