Research on Indoor FarmingThe latest on indoor farming, vertical farming and greenhouses
The Center’s Research Goals
One of our goals is to connect members to key academic and applied research published on indoor farming, vertical farming and greenhouse production. Toward that end we highlight research projects, journals that offer the latest research on indoor farming and agriculture, noteworthy research papers, opportunities to publish and research news.
Book chapter on Indoor Farming Technologies. Dr. Eric W. Stein, Executive Director of the Center of Excellence for Indoor Agriculture, has been invited to contribute a chapter to Digital Transformation and Society edited by Dr. Jay Liebowitz and published by World Scientific. The chapter will focus on the digital technologies that are enabling the growth of indoor farming.
Sponsorship Opportunity: To sponsor or contribute to this research project, please contact Dr. Stein at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The deadline for sponsorship is December 15, 2023.
Research Publication Partners
Research Partnership. We are pleased to announce that the Center of Excellence is partnering with Air, Soil and Water Research, which is a highly regarded Sage Publication. This open access journal is free to browse online and features articles on environmental science and sustainability related to air, soil and water. Articles on indoor farming as it relates to the environment are also featured. See also below.
How to Become an Author
Become an Author. Doing research on indoor farming and want to publish your work on indoor farming, sustainability, agriculture or environmental science?
Members of the Center of Excellence who wish to publish will receive a 25% discount on submission (APC) fees to Air, Soil and Water Research. Guidelines for submission are provided here.
About Air, Soil and Water Research
Air, Soil and Water Research is an international, peer reviewed, open access journal focusing on research pertaining to soil, air and water. The journal seeks to report on properties, including physical, chemical, biochemical and biological, and also analysis, microbiology, chemicals and pollution, consequences for plants and crops, soil hydrology, changes and consequences of change, social issues, and other considerations. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).