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Florida mosquitoes that can carry Zika virus and other diseases are showing resistance to pyrethroid according to a new study by USDA scientists and their collaborators. Learn more
Today, the Agricultural Research Service rolls out Tellus, its new online communications platform, replacing its legacy AgResearch online magazine.
ARS Featured Photo: Enhancing yogurt with fiber. Learn more
Congratulations to Elizabeth Ainsworth for winning the 2019 NAS Prize in Food and Agriculture Sciences!
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