CAES students highlight research achievements at CAES Undergraduate Research Symposium
Almost 50 University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) undergraduate students showcased their research projects and competed in the seventh annual CAES Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 11.
UGA scientist creates system to detect food pathogens in hours, not days
Quick, efficient pathogen detection and fingerprinting is essential and often lifesaving when it comes to preventing foodborne illness. University of Georgia food scientist Xiangyu Deng has created a system that can identify foodborne pathogens much quicker than traditional methods.
Chef Dan Barber believes the future of local food lies in locally produced seeds
In just under two decades, the local food movement has changed the way many people think about their food. Now it’s time for the next step: a local seed system.
Annual event geared towards high school and college students interested in attending or transferring into CAES.Author: Julie Jernigan Published 09/07/2017
D.W. Brooks lecturer to discuss biotechnology and its discontents on Nov. 7.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 09/06/2017
UGA scientists will cover the latest Georgia pecan agricultural research, including insect and disease management strategies.Author: Clint Thompson Published 08/29/2017
UGA CAES scientists will answer questions and provide updates on topics related to the cotton and peanut industries.Author: Julie Jernigan Published 08/28/2017
UGA CAES' Southwest showCAES recruitment event set for Tuesday, Sept. 19.Author: Clint Thompson Published 08/15/2017
Abolfazl Hajihassani responsible for control of nematodes in more than 20 Georgia commodities.Author: Clint Thompson Published 07/25/2017
New UGA pathologist Jonathan Oliver to specialize in multiple fruit commodities.Author: Clint Thompson Published 07/05/2017
Annual trainings help farmers and consultants learn how to diagnose insect damage on cotton, peanuts and soybeans.Author: Clint Thompson Published 05/24/2017
UGA Extension physiologist John Snider recommends farmers use sensor-based irrigation scheduling.Author: Julia Rodriguez Published 05/17/2017
Interactive event will be held on the UGA Tifton campus May 30-June 2.Author: Julia Rodriguez Published 05/01/2017