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USDA research generated 166 new inventions and 68 patent applications in 2017, according to the annual Technology Transfer Report issued today. Innovations included tornado “safe rooms” built of cross-laminated wood, soybean germplasm with heat-tolerant genes, and tires of rubber made from a flowering desert shrub. The full report is available online at https://bit.ly/2QyGQnl
ARS Launching New Venue for Communicating Ag Research
The ARS vision is to lead America towards a better future through agricultural research and information.
Agricultural Research Service is committed to enhancing the agricultural research capacity of the 1890s land-grant universities by partnering with them in a program offering research and training opportunities to career-track faculty at 1890 LGUs through the award of faculty research fellowships. Find out more