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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Programs and Projects at this Location

ARS research is organized into National Programs. Within each National Program are research projects. Listed below are  the National Programs and research projects currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a National Program (NP) will take you  to the main ARS site for more information on the program. Clicking on a research  project title will take you to more information on the project.


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Food Safety, (animal and plant products) (NP #108)
Advanced Development of Innovative Technologies and Systematic Approaches to Foodborne Hazard Detection and Characterization for Improving Food Safety
(In-House Appropriated)
Bacterial Pathogens in Regulated Foods and Processing Technologies for Their Elimination
(In-House Appropriated)
Data Acquisition, Development of Predictive Models for Food Safety and their Associated Use in International Pathogen Modeling and Microbial Databases
(In-House Appropriated)
Development and Validation of Innovative Food Processing Interventions
(In-House Appropriated)
Development of Alternative Intervention Technologies for Fresh or Minimally Processed Foods
(In-House Appropriated)
Development of Detection and Intervention Technologies for Bacterial and Viral Pathogens Affecting Shellfish
(In-House Appropriated)
Development of Portable Detection and Quantification Technologies for Foodborne Pathogens
(In-House Appropriated)
Development of Predictive Microbial Models for Food Safety using Alternate Approaches
(In-House Appropriated)
Development, Evaluation, and Validation of Technologies for the Detection and Characterization of Chemical Contaminants in Foods
(In-House Appropriated)
Integration of Multiple Interventions to Enhance Microbial Safety, Quality, and Shelf-life of Foods
(In-House Appropriated)
Molecular Characterization of Foodborne Pathogen Responses to Stress
(In-House Appropriated)
Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli in Biofilms and within Microbial Communities in Food
(In-House Appropriated)
The Role of Genotype in the Development and Validation of Growth Models and Intervention Technologies for Pathogenic Non-Shiga Toxigenic Escherichia coli Found in Foods
(In-House Appropriated)
Soil and Air (NP #212)
Production, Utilization, and Importance of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in Sustainable Vegetable Production
(In-House Appropriated)
Biorefining (NP #213)
Enable New Marketable, Value-added Coproducts to Improve Biorefining Profitability
(In-House Appropriated)
Farm-Scale Pyrolysis Biorefining
(In-House Appropriated)
Sorghum Biorefining: Integrated Processes for Converting all Sorghum Feedstock Components to Fuels and Co-Products
(In-House Appropriated)
Plant Genetic Resources, Genomics and Genetic Improvement (NP #301)
Production, Utilization, and Importance of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in Sustainable Vegetable Production
(In-House Appropriated)
Quality and Utilization of Agricultural Products (NP #306)
Bioactive Food Ingredients for Safe and Health-Promoting Functional Foods
(In-House Appropriated)
Commercial Flocculants from Low-Value Animal Protein
(In-House Appropriated)
Commercial Products from Microbial Lipids
(In-House Appropriated)
Effect of Processing of Milk on Bioactive Compounds in Fresh High-Moisture Cheeses
(In-House Appropriated)
Enable New Marketable, Value-added Coproducts to Improve Biorefining Profitability
(In-House Appropriated)
Farm-Scale Pyrolysis Biorefining
(In-House Appropriated)
Improving the Quality of Animal Hides, Reducing Environmental Impacts of Hide Production, and Developing Value-Added Products from Wool
(In-House Appropriated)
Improving the Sustainability and Quality of Food and Dairy Products from Manufacturing to Consumption via Process Modeling and Edible Packaging
(In-House Appropriated)
Microstructured and Health-Functionalized Food Proteins (Bridge Project)
(In-House Appropriated)
Last Modified: 8/25/2016
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