GREAT COMMITMENTS: Researchers are building a more resilient peanut through gene sequencing.
Camus, associate professor of pathology in UGA’s College of Veterinary Medicine, goes virtually unnoticed to the average Georgia Aquarium visitor, but that’s the nature of his job.
This is New Orleans, ravaged more than two years ago by Hurricane Katrina. Broken levees, flooding and poor evacuation plans left 1,300 residents dead and thousands more homeless, many now scattered across the country.
When Mary Evans heard about an adult wildlife education program called Georgia Master Naturalist, she knew it was right up her alley.
Students in Dave Chatterjee’s undergraduate Management Information Systems capstone class haven’t discovered the secret behind Zaxby’s Sauce, but they did come away with a great deal of hands-on experience after working with the company on projects designed to prepare them…
Get plenty of sleep. Eat a healthy breakfast. Every spring, school children are sent home with these directives to help them score well on standardized tests.
Fifteen Georgia high school seniors got a preview of the available undergraduate research options at UGA when they were recognized as 2008 Promising Scholars by the Honors Program’s Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities.
Dead pigeons don’t usually attract much attention. But a few hundred of them infected with avian influenza and mysteriously found in several U.S. cities would cause, at the least, a media storm.
Ten years ago on Jekyll Island, two loggerhead turtle hatchlings were trapped in their nest on the beach and unable to get to the water.
Counting the recent selection of University of Georgia School of Law alumna Merritt E. McAlister as a U.S. Supreme Court judicial clerk for the October 2009 term, the law school will have had graduates serve the nation’s highest court in…