Athens-Clarke County mayor stopped by the Center for Applied Genetics Technologies (CAGT) for a look at the facility that has housed many UGA startup companies in recent years.
According to UGA researchers, Bromethalin, a rat poison, is responsible for a neurological disease that has sickened or killed birds from a flock of naturalized parrots.
The Offices of Research and STEM Education have partnered to host a workshop that will help chart the path to a more inclusive innovation ecosystem at UGA.
A science education graduate student recently won first prize for his research investigating the role race, gender and status play in classroom discussions.
SunTrust Foundation, SunTrust Trusteed Foundations enhance student entrepreneurial opportunities at UGA.
The agents interact daily with their farmers and this allows them to get a good feel for what is happening in their counties.
Knight-Hennessy Scholars program funds graduate studies ranging from medicine to law to doctoral programs as well as joint- and dual-degrees.
UGA researchers have been recognized for their work that has spanned more than a thousand kilometers of coastline every nesting season.
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