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Sustainability works its way into curriculum

Sustainability works its way into curriculum

April 20, 2014

An Office of Sustainability initiative is prompting faculty to incorporate environmental issues into their courses. Read More

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Studies: Elderly take health risks for food on table

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UGA researchers find many older Georgians not adhering to their medication routine and opting for groceries instead.

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Mortality Project puts focus on survivors

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UGA researchers are looking at how a loved one’s death affects the health of family members.

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Dogs: Best friends in vaccine research

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Canine virus vaccine might hold key to major medical breakthroughs.

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Research lights the way for future of LEDs

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UGA team makes breakthrough that could dramatically boost indoor use of LED lights.

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Study chalks boys’ lower grades up to conduct

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UGA researchers find that gender disparities in grading students are a result of classroom behavior.

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Drug ads lead to better health

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UGA researcher links improved consumer welfare to increased prescription drug advertising efforts.

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The science and the painting

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Vincent van Gogh’s series of sunflower paintings depict a mutation whose genetic basis has, until now, been a bit of a mystery.

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Study downplays Tamiflu benefits 

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UGA College of Public Health researcher Mark Ebell finds that Tamiflu isn’t necessarily the wonder drug that many tout it to be.

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Scientists bring toads back from the brink

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Once declared extinct in the wild, the spray toad has been returned to its native range in Tanzania thanks in part to UGA researchers.