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- Extracting Muscadine’s Medicinal Properties (Spring 2007)
The University of Georgia’s Nutraceutical Research Laboratory received a Georgia Center of Innovation award for its work on the nutraceutical value of the muscadine grape.
- Awards & Honors (Spring 2007)
Larry Beuchat, Distinguished Research Professor of Food Microbiology, is recognized with the Lamar Dodd Award.
- From Farm To Fork (Winter 2007)
A conversation with Michael Doyle, UGA Center for Food Safety.
- Tea For Tuna (Fall 2005)
Fish that swam in green tea instead of water had an 84 percent better chance against cell mutations that cause cancer.
- Caffeine Reduces Exercise Pain (Spring 2004)
A cup of coffee can help you feel less pain during your exercise workout.
- Guilt-Free Fats (Summer 2002)
UGA scientist patents tasty fat substitutes with undeniable health benefits.
- One Strong Carbohydrate (Summer 2002)
Scientists discover that a mysterious carbohydrate found in red wine is the reason why mighty oaks can grow so tall.
- A Sweet Change For Potatoes (Winter 2000)
Thanks to UGA researchers, the sweet potato can overcome its own sweet taste to become a major world food source.
- Scanning Foods (Winter 2000)
UGA researchers adapt CAT scan medical technology to identify the bumps and bruises of produce.
- A Perfect New Peach (Spring 2000)
A new peach - firm but sweet - bursts onto the scene.
- Fresher, Finer Foods (Spring 2000)
Thanks to a UGA food scientist, edible food coatings will increase shelf life, reduce fat and enhance taste.
- Better Fat Substitutes (Summer 1997)
A food scientist combines the best qualities from different fats to create low-calorie, nutritional substitutes.
- The Dawning of the Perfect Peach (Summer 1997)
A new variety of an old favorite holds promise for the peach state's reputation.
- Rice Blends Best of East and West (Summer 1995)
A successful hybrid blazes the trail for higher yields and quicker harvests.
- Grilling the Suspect
in Food-Related Illnesses (Fall 1993)
Well-done is not all it's cooked up to be, according to the latest research by
food scientist Michael Doyle.
- In Search of
Darwin's Potato (Spring 1993)
Anthropologist Robert Rhoades eyes the cultivation of the world's wealth of potato
- Sweet Potato Puffs (Fall 1992)
Move over pretzels. Romeo Toledo is perfecting a new low-fat junk
food. It's made from sweet potatoes, so it's also nutritious.
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