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ARS scientists honored for tech transfer


June 10, 2010
By Manure Manager

June
9, 2010 – The Agricultural Research Service (ARS) recognized some of its most
innovative scientists and research partners at the agency’s Technology Transfer
Awards Program in Beltsville, Md.



June
9, 2010 – The Agricultural Research Service (ARS) recognized some of its most
innovative scientists and research partners at the agency’s Technology Transfer
Awards Program in Beltsville, Md.

The
awards recognize individuals or groups who have done outstanding work in
transferring technology to users outside ARS, the principal intramural
scientific research agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Top
honors for outstanding technology transfer were presented to two ARS research
teams, including five ARS scientists recognized for their development of an
energy-efficient, environmentally friendly, and profitable livestock manure
treatment system. The team includes Matias B. Vanotti, Ariel A. Szogi, and Patrick
G. Hunt, who work at the ARS Coastal Plains Soil, Water, and Plant Research
Center
in Florence, S.C.; Patricia D. Millner, who works at the ARS
Environmental Microbial and Food Safety Laboratory
in Beltsville, Md., and John
H. Loughrin, who works at the ARS Animal Waste Management Research Unit in
Bowling Green, Ky.


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