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UGA’s Bioimaging Research Center seeks to illuminate the workings of human (and animal) mind and matter.

Only by understanding the history of totalitarianism can we prevent its reoccurrence.

Researchers seek the genetic origins of wild versus domestic varieties.

UGA climatologist Marshall Shepherd on climate change.


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Lessons From an
Indigenous People

Chris Cuomo is combining the tools of modern science with the wisdom of people who have long thrived in perhaps the planet's harshest climate but now worry for their future.

Migratory Monarchs Provide Disease Model
Monarch populations that do not migrate suffer from the highest disease prevalence, and new UGA research will determine reasons for the lower infection rates in migratory butterfly populations.

The Art of the Algorithm
UGA mathematician Jason Cantarella and his brother Luke, a scenic designer, visually illustrate a mathematical concept.

Extracting Muscadine’s
Medicinal Properties

The University of Georgia’s Nutraceutical Research Laboratory recently received a Georgia Center of Innovation award from Governor Sonny Perdue for its work on the nutraceutical value of the muscadine grape.

Biological Clock: Implications Reach from Medicine to Job Performance
Scientists have known for decades that biological clocks govern the behavior of everything from humans to lowly bread mold.

The Art of Science:
Nanostructures Un-Structured

A collaborative art exhibit put together by UGA faculty-physicist Yiping Zhao, engineer Zhengwei Pan, and artist Michael Oliveri.

Media Shelf
A sampling of books, software, recordings, research resources and Web sites.

Faculty Recognitions
UGA Creative Research Awards honor outstanding scholarly and creative activity.

A Program for Universities
That Means Business

Georgia’s universities are transforming discoveries into new technology companies that provide social and economic benefits to the state.

The UGA Herbarium Houses State’s Vast Plant Collection
Featuring some 240,000 specimens, the University of Georgia Herbarium houses the most comprehensive plant collection in the state and one of the largest in the Southeast.