A UGA center takes on a public health problem that includes more than a dozen diseases of poverty.
UGA researchers are using plants to generate electrical currents.
For a century, UGA has pioneered teaching and research breakthroughs in the poultry industry.
UGA’s “culture of service” opens doors for high school students through the Young Dawgs internship program.
Sidney Samuel Thomas, a quiet, penny-pinching librarian, “loved books and the University of Georgia and did something about it.”
UGA researcher’s robotic submersible will provide valuable data about ocean conditions and activity.
The university’s 22nd president takes the reins with a sharp focus on improving the educational experience for UGA’s students.
UGA’s veterinary hospital offers take-home glucose monitors for diabetic pets.
UGA ecology professor wants to make mothing as popular as birding.
The College of Engineering is making UGA more competitive in academia and the business world.
Many dog owners have their pets spayed or neutered to help control the pet population, but new UGA research suggests the procedure could add to the length of their lives and alter the risk of specific causes of death.
Innovative course uses video game to teach students about global politics.
Project FOCUS pairs UGA students with local educators to teach science in innovative ways.
The breakthrough could lead to clean, efficient method of producing fuels
The Digital Library of Georgia at UGA plays a historical role in the launch of Digital Public Library of America.
Landscape professor teaches students about designing gardens with health care in mind.
The results could mean the need for fewer influenza vaccinations in the future.