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University of Georgia scientists are now better equipped to help businesses launch new food products with the opening of the Food Technology Center, locally known as the FoodPIC building, on the UGA Griffin campus.

Two days short of one year since the groundbreaking occurred, official dedication of the University of Georgia Indoor Athletic Facility was held Tuesday inside the 102,306-square-foot structure.

The University of Georgia is pushing into new frontiers of biomedical research. A new home for this effort, the Center for Molecular Medicine, is under construction and anticipated to open in the fall.

University of Georgia scientists are now better equipped to help businesses launch new food products with the opening of the Food Technology Center, locally known as the FoodPIC building, on the UGA Griffin campus.

The University of Georgia rededicated the newly renovated H.H. Tift Building on the UGA-Tifton campus Sept. 27.

Tift Building

After a 14-month renovation, the Tift Building on the University of Georgia Tifton Campus is housing faculty and staff.

The University of Georgia dedicated its 122,500-square-foot Science Learning Center Aug. 17. An estimated 10,000-12,000 students will utilize the building each day for classes in chemistry, biology, physics, ecology, math, computer science and genetics.

Alli Replogle walked into the University of Georgia's new Science Learning Center Thursday and spun around, checking out the 122,500-square-foot building before she headed up the stairs for her biochemistry class, one of two that were the first ever for the center.

IAF Groundbreaking

Mounds of red clay peeked over paneled construction fences Tuesday as the University of Georgia marked the official start of the UGA Indoor Athletic Facility with a ceremonial groundbreaking.

 

Science Learning Center

A new dawn for science instruction begins at UGA this fall.

Correll Hall Dedication

Before a crowd of hundreds, the University of Georgia Terry College of Business dedicated Correll Hall, Phase I of its future home, the Business Learning Community, on Sept. 18 and ceremoniously broke ground on Amos Hall, the centerpiece of the project's second phase.

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