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Students become travel journalists in Prague course

Students become travel journalists in Prague course

August 1, 2015

Grady’s study abroad program puts a focus on visual storytelling. Read More

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Electrified water packs powerful health punch

Electrified water packs powerful health punch

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Health-conscious consumers know the benefits of eating high-antioxidant foods like fruits, vegetables, beans and nuts. A University of Georgia researcher has uncovered a way to provide antioxidant-rich water in a bottle.

The Role of Vitamin D

The Role of Vitamin D

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A University of Georgia nutrition researcher has been awarded a $2.2 million grant to explore the role vitamin D plays in children’s health and the appropriate dose children should take as daily supplements in order to maintain healthy levels of vitamin D in their bloodstream.

In support of black bears

In support of black bears

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Residents of other southern states have expressed negative views about black bears, but a new survey by researchers in UGA’s Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources shows that Middle Georgia residents—from Bleckley, Houston, Pulaski, and Twiggs Counties—strongly support…

Miscanthus: Better Southeast biofuel crop

Miscanthus: Better Southeast biofuel crop

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When it comes to growing crops to make into biofuels, the talk usually centers on corn or switchgrass.

Algae may help corals survive

Algae may help corals survive

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All of the coral species that build the world’s spectacular and ecologically critical coral reefs are known to have unicellular algae living within them.

More vegetables, please!

More vegetables, please!

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Two University of Georgia scholars argue against the conventional wisdom that the 20th century was a disaster for vegetable crop diversity by showing that there was no overall loss of vegetable diversity in that era.