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Vol. 42, No. 12

October 13, 2014

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Children watch as a radio-controlled robot, made from a kit provided by South Korean company RoboRobo, moves around a table at the new Sims Academy of Innovation and Technology in Winder.    

Educational electronics

A recent ribbon-cutting ceremony at a new technology-focused high school in Barrow County ushered in the next phase of a partnership between UGA and the Barrow County School System.



NIH grant to support science training for pre-doctoral students

UGA researchers have received a five-year $850,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to establish a glycoscience training program for pre-doctoral graduate students that will help train a new generation of carbohydrate researchers.



Symposium on Parthenon to be held Oct. 17-18

UGA will host a two-day international symposium, "Rethinking the Parthenon: Color, Materiality and Aesthetics" on Oct. 17-18.

UGA to host inaugural International Creativity Collaborative

Dozens of scholars, researchers and innovators from around the world will forge new connections and discover new applications for their work at UGA's first International Creativity Collaborative Oct.16-18 at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education.

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