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Agricultural Research Service

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— A recent sampling of outside press reports that relate to scientific activities at the Agricultural Research Service.

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A Root Beer-Based Discovery that Saved Lives
Science Blog  
November 10, 2016

Putting Down Roots at the Patent Office
Inventors Eye  
November 2016

Chinese, U.S. officials break ground on China Garden in Washington to strengthen ties
Shanghai Daily  
October 28, 2016

To Save Apples, Look to Their Wild Roots
National Geographic  
October 26, 2016

Fish Go Nuts Over New Feed Ingredient
Science Blog  
October 17, 2016

Forget world peas, broccoli could be our saving grace
Charleston City Paper  
September 28, 2016

USDA announces new open data partnership for public health
High Plains Journal  
September 21, 2016

Drs. Edward Knipling and Raymond Bushland winners of "The Golden Goose Award" for their work on eradicating the screwworm fly
YouTube  
September 8, 2016

New USDA App Protects Cattle from Heat Stress
Web page of Animal Ag Wired
  September 6, 2016

Meet the mite, the tiny bugs in your mattress, your tea and on your face
PBS News Hour  
September 2, 2016

Farmers, scientists seek common ground on going green
Web page of Minnesota Public Radio News
  August 9, 2016

Mass Production of Penicillin
C-SPAN
  July 30, 2016

Unlocking Cacao's Fungal Foe
Web page of Science Blog
  July 7, 2016

USDA research unit could get new lab at Fort Detrick
Web page of The Frederick News
  June 7, 2016

Baby bald eagles named Freedom, Liberty
Web page of The Tribune
  May 3, 2016

Voting underway to name DC eaglets
Web page
of Fox5 DC News  April 19, 2016

Baby bald eagle hatches in Washington
Web page of CBS News   March 18, 2016

Ag Lab scientists make major discovery in Peoria woods
Web page of the Journal Star  January 30, 2016

USDA Combating Carrizo Cane on Border
Web page
of KRGV  January 11, 2016

Our Favorite Banana May Be Doomed. Can New Varieties Replace It?
Web page
of "All Things Considered"  January 11, 2016

 


Last Modified: 11/18/2016
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