Team Science: UGA builds support for effective teams

The UGA Office of Research is building a support network to help faculty teams, including one led by Jeb Byers, win funding for high-impact research.

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Exploring the underwater world of Georgia’s creeks

One of Andrew Nagy’s favorite things to do is wade into a local creek, dip his trusty D-net into the water, and learn more about the creatures he pulls up.

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What causes disease outbreaks?

New research from the UGA CEID finds large-scale outbreaks of zoonotic diseases are driven by more and different factors than smaller ones.

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Dogs, frogs, and copepods: Model provides clues about Guinea worm transmission

The parasite that causes Guinea worm disease in humans may be maintained by dogs, frogs and copepods, according to new research from UGA.

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Seven decades of environmental research at Savannah River Ecology Lab

The Savannah River Ecology Laboratory was first envisioned by Eugene Odum, who received funding for a baseline biological inventory in 1951.

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Exhibit highlights GMNH bivalve collection

A new exhibition at the UGA Odum School of Ecology showcases the Georgia Museum of Natural History’s collection of bivalve mollusks.

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UGA launches major hiring initiative in data science, AI

UGA is making a significant investment in faculty with expertise in using big data to address some of society’s most urgent challenges, including in the area of infectious diseases.

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UGA ecologists will present research at 2021 ESA annual meeting

The 106th annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Aug. 2-6, 2021 online, will feature presentations from 18 UGA researchers.

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Using community science to illuminate firefly habitats in metro Atlanta

The Atlanta Firefly Project uses community science to investigate where urban fireflies thrive and how landscape management affects local populations.

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New method to monitor ants’ pulse developed by UGA researchers

Researchers at the Odum School have developed a new non-destructive method to monitor the heart rate of ants using common lab equipment.

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