The Institute of Industrial Research (IIR) is one of the leading 13 Research Institutes of Ghana’s Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), the main Science and Technology Research and Development Institution of Ghana. The CSIR-IIR is Ghana’s foremost industrial research and development organization.

  • Calibration at the Metrology Lab

  • Energy Audit by CSIR-IIR Technical Team

  • Improved Cooked Stove Laboratory Testing

  • Metrology Consultants Visit CSIR-IIR

  • Herbal Extraction Plant

  • Biomass Laboratory Facility

 

Welcome to CSIR-IIR


"The domain of leaders is the future. The leader's unique legacy is the creation of valued institutions that survive over time.
The most significant contribution leaders make is not simply to today's bottom line; it is to the long-term development of people and institutions so they can adapt, change, prosper, and grow"
                                                                   (James Kouzes & Barry Posner)

 

 

 

 Ag. Director, Dr. Gabriel Laryea

 
 

CSIR-IIR win best country report in Training Course on Biogas technology in China

 

Date: 23rd June, 2016 - 1st August, 2016

Venue: P. R. of China (Chengdu)


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KAIST GCC, ETRI : VISIT TO GHANA.

CSIR-IIR meet Korean Delegation at GCC conference.

 

Date: 8th August, 2016.

Venue: Holiday-Inn Hotel, Airport - Accra


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CSIR-IIR designed, constructed and transferred a cool house technology to vegetable farmers in Kumasi to cut down post-harvest losses.

 

Throughout the period between harvest and consumption, maintaining optimum temperature which often requires cooling is the most important factor in preserving fruit and vegetable qualities.
During cooling, heat is transferred from the produce to a cooling medium such as a source of refrigeration. Read More...

 

Mechanized Palm nuts Cracker and Kernel-Shell Separator Project

 

CSIR-IIR has design and manufactured Mechanized Palm nuts Cracker and Kernel-Shell Separator. It is design to separate cracked palm nuts into various components. Its design combines two distinct separation techniques into a compact single unit. These units are a rotary screen cylinder and an inclined belt conveyor. Read More...

 

High Rate Low Temperature (HRLT) extraction Technology for Herbal Industry Project.

(Extraction of bioactive ingredients from plant tissues to enhance quality of herbal products)

 

The Export Trade Development and Agricultural Investment Fund (EDAIF) founded a collaborative project between the CSIR-IIR and the Bioresources International (GH) Ltd to establish the pilot scale (500 L capacity) High Rate, Low Temperature (HRLT) botanical extraction facility. Read More...

 
 

In the spotlight...

    NANA RICHMOND KOJO AGGREY
    (CHAIRMAN OF THE CSIR-IIR MANAGEMENT BOARD)

 

 

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