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Sustainability works its way into curriculum

Sustainability works its way into curriculum

April 13, 2014

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

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UGA researchers hit a gold mine

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UGA researchers have discovered a veritable medical gold mine.  Nanoparticles of gold can help accurately detect influenza in a matter of minutes.

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Sweet as honey: the solution to honeybee decline

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Millions of bees die each year due to a phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder.

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Early detection of gastric cancer

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Early detection of cancer may eventually become as easy as taking a home pregnancy test, according to new UGA research.

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UGA research offers new hope for shingles

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Researchers at UGA and Yale University have discovered a compound with the potential to be more effective than existing agents in treating the very painful blisters known as shingles…

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Landmark study reveals breed-specific causes of death in dogs

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Dog owners and veterinarians have long relied on a mix of limited data and anecdotal evidence to assess which breeds are at risk…

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Beyond words: Understanding the African Grey parrot

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New research by UGA scientists has shown, for the first time, that an African Grey parrot can develop a deeper understanding of the sounds—which we hear as words—than researchers previously thought.

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Out to sea

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From the Amazon to Antarctica, UGA professor Patricia Yager tracks climate change through her work as an oceanographer.

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A Lucky Finding

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Wayne Parrott has answered a question that has stumped plant breeders for the past century: Why do some white clover plants have four leaves?

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Directing traffic

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A new University of Georgia study published in the journal Nature has identified a critical enzyme that keeps traffic flowing in the right direction in the nervous system, and the finding could eventually lead to new treatments for conditions such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s…