Stoned Rats Space Out
Rats lose their perception of time when given a synthetic form of marijuana’s active ingredient.
Caffeine Reduces Exercise Pain
A cup of coffee can help you feel less pain during your exercise workout.
Lighting the Dark
A new breed of glow-in-the-dark pigments may one day illuminate emergency signs, paintings and military equipment.
Protecting Songbird Habitats
A study of prothonotary warblers may help foster good forest and river management decisions.
The Ecology of Epidemics
When outbreaks of two diseases occur in the same population, infections peak on an alternating,
two-year cycle, according to a study of disease epidemics.
Kicking the Nicotine Habit
Research explores virtual reality as a new way to help smokers quit.
Wind, Water & — Math?
Mathematicians have developed a way to reduce approximation errors in equations that describe how
air, water and other fluids flow.
Memories Torment War Refugees
Anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder make it even harder for war refugees to get on with their lives.
Baby Talk 101
When it comes to teaching communication skills, moms and babies learn from each other.
Theater scholars and computer specialists are creating online performances in a virtual 19th century vaudeville theater.
Mobile Media’s Growing Pains
UGA’s New Media Institute director examines how new uses for WiFi, or Wireless Fidelity, is changing the wireless world.
CCRC — Behind the Scenes
Service labs at the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center provide vital information to researchers whose
studies range from the inner workings of cells to developing new vaccines.