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How corn breaks genetics laws

Dawe teaser_0.jpgIn a new paper published in the journal Cell, genetics professor Kelly Dawe solves a long-sought mystery:

Modern genetics is based on the idea that genes are passed on to progeny in a predictable fashion, as first described by 19th-century Austrian botanist Gregor Mendel. He determined that genes exist in pairs, and...

Writing Intensive Program turns to the community

WIP teaser.jpgIn the modern workplace, writing skills are more important than ever. From a study of millions of U.S. job advertisements, Burning Glass Technologies found, “Clear communication, particularly writing, is at a premium in nearly every occupation." Research by Hart Research Associates on employer priorities also found written communication to be highly valued; 82% of employers rated writing as an important skill for new graduates (2015). UGA'...

  

Microbes and a changing environment

Adams microbe teaser.jpgA striking new study published in the journal Cell shows details how ancient microbes that thrive in some of the world’s most extreme environments and modern-day humans have more in common than meets the eye—namely, they both respire and conserve energy using a similar molecular mechanism, one that has adapted to changing...

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