Genetics researchers share a new study that builds on 50 years of theorizing by behavioralists - how parenting changes parents:
The study, published this month in Nature Communications, finds that the transition from a non-parenting state to a parenting state reflects differences in neuropeptides generally associated with mating,...
Progress on the new 43,000-square-foot research facility, which will host teams of scientists working to uncover new treatments for such maladies as obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and neurological disorders, continues apace:
"The research emphasis of the center is to study different aspects of human disease and use that...
All the joy of the holiday season and our best wishes for the New Year to come, from the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences.
University offices will be closed through December 30. See you in 2017!
One of the most rewarding parts of telling the Franklin College story is often the stories of graduates who have gone on to impact the world in their own way. One such story, featuring Franklin College alumna Kameko Nichols, is featured on the UGA capital campaign website.
One of the most promising technologies in at least a generation, CRISPR-Cas is a powerful gene editing tool derived from a defense mechanism evolved in bacteria and other single-celled organisms. Progress on the tool at UGA will continue thanks to a new grant from the National Institutes of Health: