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Facilitate instruction, scholarly and creative activity, and research collaborations across disciplines

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

Graduate student Kasey Smith and professor Jenay M. Beer look at interactive companion robots in the Beers laboratory

Helps industry find the right people and resources for the project

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$8.1 BILLION

UGA IMPACT ON
THE STATE OF GEORGIA

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$545.6 MILLION

R&D EXPENDITURES
IN FY 2022

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#1

FOR NEW PRODUCTS
AMONG U.S. UNIVERSITIES

NEWS

  • ‘Favored by the Muses’ brings theater history to life

    A forgotten piece of theater history came to life— with a modern artistic twist—during the University of Georgia’s Spotlight on the Arts festival in November. “Favored by the Muses” celebrated the life and works of America’s first published Black female poet, Phillis Wheatley Peters, and the 150th anniversary of her poetry collection “Poems on Various … Continue reading "‘Favored by the Muses’ brings theater history to life" The post ‘Favored by the Muses’ brings theater history to life appeared first on UGA Research News.

  • $1.8 million grant to improve post-concussion driving safety

    Driving is a highly complicated activity that requires a combination of motor, visual, and cognitive skills to avoid catastrophic accidents. But these skills are often impaired after individuals suffer mild traumatic brain injuries or concussions. In fact, more than 3.8 million concussions occur annually in the United States, but only 44% of concussed individuals reduce … Continue reading "$1.8 million grant to improve post-concussion driving safety" The post $1.8 million grant to improve post-concussion driving safety appeared first on UGA Research News.

Rebooting

New program pulls together Bootcamp alumni