ARS News Service
USDA Agricultural Research Service
August 18, 2017
A Faster, Less Costly Way to Process Walnuts
ARS scientists are using infrared technology to improve the walnut drying process to reduce energy and obtain high-quality walnut products. (8/14)
Detecting Defects Hidden in Hides
ARS scientists found that ultrasound can reveal hidden defects--and predict leather quality--in animal hides used in leather goods. (8/17)
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