April 19: 'Talking' Chickens Make Life Easier for Poultry. Summertime living has never been easy for Georgia chickens. But a few "talking" chickens may soon reduce the heat's heavy toll.
July 11: New Turf Grass Needs Much Less Water. For the hot, dry days that arrive nearly every summer, UGA agricultural scientists have developed a new grass that needs much less water.
July 26: Spectral Imaging Puts Plant Health in New Light. The best time to treat a stressed plant may be just before you can see it's stressed. The trick is to know when that is.
July 31: Birds, Bees, Cows: Cattle Breeding Revisited. It takes two. Cattle breeders know that, but for decades they've focused all their herd-improvement efforts on the bulls.
Aug. 15: Technology Helps Modern Chickens Cool It. The hot, dry weather this summer worries people exposed to the extreme heat. But many chickens don't know it's so hot outside.
Sept. 23: Researcher Uses Worm to Replace Mice. Chemicals are routinely tested on lab mice before they're placed on the market. A new technique may reduce the number of mice needed for testing.
Nov. 29: New Soybeans Mark Exciting New Era. A Georgia marriage of old and new technologies has taken new soybean varieties from zero to commercial reality in less than five years.
Dec. 6: Plants Have Alternative Way to Stay Fresh. When plants and animals become stressed, part of the oxygen they use can turn into poison and accelerate the aging process.