Dairy farmers now have a new mobile app that measures milk urea nitrogen--a compound in milk that can be analyzed to determine how effectively dairy cattle are processing the protein in their feed. This may become a key tool to reduce expenses and limit pollution. Learn more
Dr. Ryan Stoklosa, a chemical engineer and lead scientist with the Sustainable Biofuels and Co-products Research Unit, discusses ARS's work on biofuel production and second-generation biofuels. Learn more.
ARS Featured Photo: Gobble Gobble Gobble! Learn how ARS scientists are working to improve your Thanksgiving turkey.
The Asian giant hornet is a threat to honey bees in its native territory & could endanger them in the U.S. Visit the Asian Giant Hornet Central for more details.
ARS delivers scientific solutions to national and global agricultural challenges. Learn more about ARS research accomplishments in the latest ARS Annual Report on Science.
The Agricultural Research Service's Memorial Lectureships recognize scientists who have made outstanding contributions to agriculture.