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IIPA Seed Grants
IIPA Seed Grants The University of Georgia’s Institute for Integrative Precision Agriculture has awarded eight seed grants to fund initial research for projects at the convergence of agriculture, engineering, computing and related areas of study. By David Mitchell | Published: 1/27/2023
Record Research Spending
Record Research Spending Over the past nine years, UGA’s annual R&D expenditures have increased by nearly 58%. By Michael Terrazas | Published: 1/26/2023
Mental Health Day
Mental Health Day Mental Health Day at the Georgia State Capitol will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 31. By Amanda Budd | Published: 1/25/2023
Bees in winter
Bees in winter As temperatures drop, bees must change their behavior to survive the winter. By Amanda Budd | Published: 1/24/2023