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A finding from University of Georgia research has been named the 2018 International Statistic of the Year by the Royal Statistical Society.

Better protecting them from the negative effects of those parasites

They are less likely to use alcohol in young adulthood, among other positive outcomes.

(Photo by Amy Ware) By Michael Terrazas Industry Express, a recent initiative launched by the Office of Research’s Industry Engagement program, has signed its first deal with a company looking to license UGA research. ECO Animal Health, a drug-development company based in London, has signed a deal for just...

The report outlines a strategic vision and corresponding action steps to create a hub—or district—on campus to foster innovation, entrepreneurship, creativity and industry collaboration.

Reducing transmission would be valuable public health asset

Screenings benefit those with five to ten years of life left to live

Migrating monarch butterflies that mix with year-round residents have higher rates of parasite infection

Zika and related diseases are spreading, opening up the threat to more of the world’s population.

Cell biologist and biochemist Gerald Hart arrives in Athens in October to relaunch his lab at the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center