ARS News Service
USDA Agricultural Research Service
February 13, 2017
Scientists Give an Old Elm Tree a High-Tech Helping Hand
ARS scientists will try to "cryopreserve" the twigs of an old historical elm in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, to safeguard the tree's genetic legacy. (2/6)
Cooking Meatballs That Are Safe to Eat
ARS scientists have determined some practical methods for safely cooking meatballs at home, in restaurants, or in commercial or institutional kitchens. (2/8)
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