Author: Vicky Sutton-Jackson

National Nuclear Science Week

          "Gene" Rhodes makes the case for Reintegrating Ecosystem Science into the Discipline of Radioecology  Behind the myriad of global concerns currently at the forefront for mankind, lies the reality for scientists that radiological contaminants have increased globally. Stark evidence is provided by the abandoned cities forever...

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SREL staffer photo helps tell history of Savannah River Site

[caption id="attachment_3091" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Sean Poppy, outreach program coordinator for UGA's Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, submitted this photo taken on the grounds near SREL's conference center. Located along a walking trail frequented by hundreds of elementary school children each year as part of SREL outreach...

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Researchers offer insights into aging

UGA scientists have presented a strong case that the mechanism lies at the intersection of the genome and epigenome What determines the life span of a mouse, alligator, dog or human? A team of scientists at the University of Georgia believes they have new insight into this...

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Fellowship honors late Prof. Emerita Rebecca Sharitz

Writer: Beth Gavrilles Contact: Allison Walters [caption id="attachment_3001" align="alignleft" width="197"] Rebecca Sharitz examines cattails in a wetland area at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory.[/caption] Athens, Ga. – Trailblazing ecologist Rebecca R. Sharitz spent almost her entire career at the University of Georgia Savannah River Ecology Laboratory. A world-renowned...

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Rhodes Named Athletic Association Professor

Throughout his career he has advised twenty-seven graduate students, eleven postdoctoral researchers, and provided experiential learning opportunities for more than forty undergraduate students....

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