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May 28, 2020- Congratulations to the top 3 ARSX 2020 Winners! If you missed it, visit the ARSX page to learn more about the ARSX innovation competition, the finalists’ innovations, and watch the final event.
ARS researchers are developing a web-based tool that will help cattle producers select the best bull for their herds. iGENDEC will give beef cattle producers a way to compare bulls based on data available from research studies and multiple genetic evaluation systems. Learn more.
Our Work Continues
ARS scientists, researchers, and support staff across the country continue to work through this challenging time, because our research is essential to the health and well-being of all Americans. See some of the work being done.
Every year, ARS scientists develop new varieties of fruits and vegetables, eventually making their way onto your food plate. Check out our new podcast series, “Science in Your Shopping Cart” and pick up a bushel of “wow” today.
Did you know that ARS is on YouTube? Explore our new YouTube channel to see how our research touches your life. bit.ly/2lZbNTT
ARS delivers scientific solutions to national and global agricultural challenges. Learn more about ARS research accomplishments in the latest ARS Annual Report on Science.