If you visit FSRIO to learn more about Salmonella research, you'll be able to skim progress reports, browse fact sheets--and more.
Established in response to a congressional mandate, one of FSRIO's main objectives is to pull together timely, reliable information that policymakers and research administrators can use.
The scientists carrying out the research that's documented in FSRIO use the site, too.
As it turns out, university professors and other campus staff rank among FSRIO's most frequent online visitors.
You can easily spend minutes, hours, or even days at FSRIO's website, perhaps choosing to skim research reports from Congress or to visit any of the 800 links vetted for you by FSRIO's skilled staff.
Maybe you'll want to check food safety news reports, updated every business day, or to browse the numerous other useful FSRIO resources.
This year, the site's major overhaul will make FSRIO faster and easier for you to use.