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Collaborations

The location has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AEGEAN CONFERENCES INC, PHILADELPHIA
  • 5th International Conference on Precision Nutrition and Metabolism in Public Health and Medicine
  • AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION, INC., DALLAS
  • MOU between USDA/ARS and American Heart Association Inc
  • BRIGHAM AND WOMEN'S HOSPITAL, INC., BOSTON, MA
  • Effect of Peanuts on Glycemic Control, Cardiometabolic Risk, and General Wellness Among Overweight and Obese Asian Indians
  • GS1 US, INC., TRENTON, NJ
  • USDA Global Branded Foods Products Database & Public Private Partnership
  • USDA Global Branded Food Products Database: FNS Allergens and Children's Nutrition Datasets
  • MOU between USDA/ARS and Five Participants in the Futherance of the Private-Public Partnership for USDA Global Branded Foods Database
  • Awareness and Obtain Foreign/Imported Food/Beverage Items to Expand USDA Global Branded Food Products Database
  • Enhance USDA-ARS GBFPD and Expand use with Other U.S. Government Agencies
  • LINCOLN UNIVERSITY
  • Detection of Bacterial Pathogens using Beam Technology
  • MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI STATE, MS
  • Pilot Level Research and Development of Bioproducts Manufacturing, Processing, and Evaluation Technology
  • Pilot Level Research and Development of Durable Engineered Decking, Matting Properties and Standards, and In-Service RR Tie Assessments.
  • Pilot Level Research and Development of Durable Mass Timber and Matting Properties and Standards
  • Continued Collaboration for Pilot Level Development of Bio-Based Adhesives and Improvement of Forest Products Valuation and Durability
  • NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, WASHINGTON, DC
  • Review of Dietary Reference Intakes for Energy
  • A Standing Committee for the Review of the Dietary Reference Intakes Framework
  • Standing Committee on Evidence, Synthesis, and Communications in Diet and Chronic Disease Relationships
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC
  • NIFA Support for the Standing Committee on Evidence Synthesis, and Communications in Diet and Chronic Disease Relationships
  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, CORVALLIS, OR
  • Continued Collaboration on Developing Leadership in the Design, Manufacture, and Construction of Buildings using Innovative Wood Products
  • Strengthening American Competitiveness in the Design, Manufacture and Construction of Buildings Using Innovative Wood Products
  • Sustainable Design and Construction with Innovative Wood Products
  • Using Innovative Wood Products to Strengthen Pacific Northwest Competitiveness in the Design, Manufacture and Construction of Wooden Buildings
  • UNIVERSITY OF MAINE SYSTEM, ORONO, ME
  • Valorization of Forest-Based Biomass
  • Developing Novel Food Packaging Applications Using Lignocellulosic Material
  • Novel Forest Products with Commercial Relevance
  • Valorization of Forest-Based Biomass
  • UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON
  • Foodborne Pathogens and Response to Stressors
  • USDA, FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICE, ALEXANDRIA, VA
  • Funding Continuous Dietary Reference Intake Process
  • USDA, FOOD NUTRITION SERVICE, ALEXANDRIA
  • Modernization of the Child Nutrition Database (CNDB)
  • Creation of a USDA Foods Data Set with Expanded Nutrition and Food Safety Information