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With new cases, hospitalizations and mortality rates holding steady in many parts of the world, University of Georgia researchers have developed a faster detection technique for COVID-19. 

Students from Dr. Phillip Stancil's PHYS 1312 class!

Sophomores Sam Penkava (left) and Clay Reece (right) as Oppenheimer and Einstein Astrophysics/Spanish and Physics/Astrophysics majors

A person with COVID-19 might transmit SARS-CoV-2 to domestic cats and dogs (and perhaps other pets) in the same way that an infected animal could possibly transmit it to another individual.

Scientists know enough about exoplanets to speculate about how simple plants might arise on them. But don't count on them being green.

Postdoctoral Position in Nano-Optics postdoc ad-Abate_2.pdf

In its second round of funding the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Experimental Physics Investigators Initiative has awarded grants to support twenty-one

Imitating the astonishing energy efficiency phenomena of the human brain presents the next challenge in high-speed computing.

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