|Teaming Up Against Cancer
Researchers in the UGA Cancer Center are fighting the disease, and addressing its implications, through a diversity of targets, tactics, and protagonists.
|Inquiring Young Minds
CURO gives undergraduates some genuine research opportunities—and helps them shine.
|Georgia's Fragile Coast: Will Building Green Pay Off?
Developers begin to realize, and UGA researchers confirm, that business savvy and environmental good sense are often in sync.
|Behind the Scenes
JURO highlights undergrad research. UGA publishes one of the only online research journals in the country to feature undergraduate research.
|When Parasites Spur New Breeding Habits
Researchers believe parasites may spur amphibians to evolve new and sometimes bizarre breeding strategies.
Satellite data shows that seasonal melt on Greenland’s ice sheet during 2007 was the highest yet recorded.
|Analyzing the Health Risks of Hazardous Chemicals
Using mathematical models, researchers are creating a toolkit to predict the fate of chemicals in the human body.
|Reducing Injuries, Death Toll on Georgia's Roads
UGA’s Traffic Injury Prevention Institute provides data, training, and education aimed at lowering risks among teens.
|Obesity Linked to Poor Bone Health
New research shows that being overweight not only raises the risks of developing diabetes and heart disease, it can also lead to weak bones.
On a Roll
Percussion Prof Tony McCutchen shares his passion for steel-drum-music.
A sampling of books, recordings and other creative works by UGA faculty, staff, and students.
Training Black Belt Journalists to Help Save Lives.
Patricia Thomas writes about the challenges of getting critical health information to the poor and disenfranchised.
|For the Record
Undergraduates at UGA have the opportunity to enhance learning through direct participation in research and scholarship.
|Awards & Honors
The Creative Research Awards honor outstanding researchers in the sciences, creative arts and humanities, and the social and behavioral sciences.