Research Magazine > ARCHIVE > Summer 01
The Merits of Hope
How is Georgia's most popular scholarship program stacking up?
The scientific debate rages on over possible life on Mars.
of Great Promise
Emerging Crops Get a Boost
An emerging crop in Georgia is for the birds -- and farmers too. Pearl millet
is poised to rival the state's mainstay crops.
Vet school researchers study how some bacteria become resistant to antibiotics.
Hits and Misses
A team of UGA scientists are developing drugs that may lead to effective
vaccines for HIV and other viral diseases.
Finance professor Marc Lipson counsels the New York Stock Exchange.
Oystecatchers and people are competing for the same beaches.
Learning more about the life and times of termites helps prevent structural
Gaining Legal Ground
UGA law professors consider the legal and ethical issues of dementia in the
Out to Kids
Small-group teaching is a big hit in the classroom.
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A Watchful Eye
UGA researchers are keeping an eye on the worlds's weapons of mass destruction.
Finding the junk in DNA makes it easier for scientists to map genes.
Old literary legends from many lands may have a common ancestor.
Rocks of Ages
By analyzing an ancient marble quarry, a UGA student sheds light on mysteries
of the past.
From Weeds to Medicine
Common weeds in sidewalk cracks may hold more medicinal value than plants growing
deep within the tropical rain forest.
Nobody Pays for
How should art and humanities compete for their
share of the research funding pie? Betty Jean Craige offers insight.