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UGA researcher calls for better monitoring of world’s oceans

UGA researcher calls for better monitoring of world’s oceans

August 27, 2015

Oil spill response would be improved by knowing environmental baselines. Read More

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Thinc. events designed to inspire, stimulate

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Thinc. Entrepreneurial Week brings inspiration for entrepreneurs from March 23-27.

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UGA research tackles grand challenge

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A wealth of intellectual capital at UGA focuses on research that improves health and well-being around the world.

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UGA coming to the rescue of hemlocks

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Warnell School researchers are trying to save hemlock trees from a deadly insect pest.

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Study: Stunning amount of plastic waste in the oceans

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Researchers calculate that 8 million metric tons of plastic enter the oceans each year.

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Stress increases motivation, amount spent for alcohol

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Researchers hope study’s findings can be used to improve treatment of alcohol addiction.

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Vitamin D deficiency linked to mental health

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Researchers find that the crucial vitamin has a possible regulatory role on seasonal affective disorder.

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UGA moving its research into the marketplace

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UGA’s two productive “technology transfer” entities have merged into one unit with a promising future.

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Scientists grow fully functional organ from cells

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UGA genetics professor worked on a project considered “one of the holy grails in regenerative medicine.”

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Mean boys, not mean girls, rule at school

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A UGA study turns the tables on the common belief that girls are more relationally aggressive in school.