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Exploration and Research on the Training Mode of Innovative Talents in Biological Sciences Under the Background of New Agricultural Science

Hui Wang, Ping Guan, Chen Liu, Shuang Tang, Mingxi Yu, Haiyan Fan


With the proposal of the construction of new agricultural sciences, it has a greater impact on higher agricultural and forestry education. Accelerating the construction of new agricultural sciences in the new era is an important strategic measure to implement the general secretary's construction of agriculture, rural areas and farmers. In this context, higher requirements are put forward for the training model of agricultural education-related professionals. This article mainly focuses on biological sciences as the main research object, and through the analysis of the training mode of biological sciences professionals, establishes innovative ideas for new talent training models, and explores new ways of training biological sciences professionals.


New Agricultural Sciences; Biological Sciences; Innovative Talents; Training Model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i1.3122