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COVID-19 research funding

Information on the CARES Act

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Coronavirus impact

Information for UGA researchers

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The living shore

UGA addresses coastal resilience from many fronts

University of Georgia researcher Nancy Manley

Bolstering immunity

Nancy Manley works to keep your thymus healthy

The UGA Office of Research has provided guidance for researchers about impacts of COVID-19 on research operations. Please refer back to this page for updates, as the situation continues to evolve rapidly.
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Facilitate instruction, scholarly and creative activity, and research collaborations across disciplines

Brett Clementz with graduate student at University of Georgia Bio-Imaging Research Center

Provide state-of-the-art equipment and services to researchers at UGA, other universities and industry.

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Helps industry find the right people and resources for the project

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$6.3 BILLION

UGA IMPACT ON
THE STATE OF GEORGIA

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$477.5 MILLION

R&D EXPENDITURES
IN FY 2019

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TOP 5

FOR NEW PRODUCTS
AMONG U.S. UNIVERSITIES

NEWS

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GREAT COMMITMENTS

Sounding the alarm

UGA disease ecologist John Drake is working to predict the next outbreak

IT STARTS WITH GEORGIA

License to innovate

Helping UGA research benefit the broader world

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