Dr. Tara McHugh and her team have been turning food waste into healthy snacks. Listen to our podcast to learn how they created a variety treats made from fruit and vegetables.
ARS researchers are studying how plants respond to a changing climate, using tomatoes as their first test subject. Tomato plants are often grown in greenhouses because they are viewed as a high-cost, high-value crop. Learn more.
2023 Edition of Scientific Discoveries
We’re excited to announce the launch of the 2023 edition of ARS Scientific Discoveries. Check out our latest innovations and learn how ARS scientists are enriching the lives of people across the planet.
Both food waste and food loss impact society, the environment, and our economy. When food is lost to waste, all inputs used to create that food are also lost, an economic impact. Check out the latest edition of Under the Microscope to learn more.
May Featured Photo:
It's that time of year, bring on the bees! ARS scientists need your help in monitoring and protecting our important pollinators. Download this photo and learn about the Exotic Bee ID website to help you identify bees in your garden.
ARS Memorial Lecturers
The Agricultural Research Service's Memorial Lectureships recognize scientists who have made outstanding contributions to agriculture.