Education & Outreach

Agricultural Biotechnology Course

Production agriculture now encompasses genetically engineered or transgenic cultivars produced through biotechnology. This course is designed to cover key concepts in the structure and manipulation of DNA and inheritance of genes, traditional plant breeding, the current impact of biotechnology on crop production and animal agriculture, plus regulatory, intellectual property, environmental, societal, and market issues specific to transgenic crops. View a Syllabus for the HORT 4800 Course.

The Plant Center

The Plant Center is a group of UGA faculty, post-docs, graduate and undergraduate students who share an interest in plant cellular and molecular biology. The Center conducts a seminar series, an annual retreat, and periodic symposia and workshops. To learn more about The Plant Center, visit the website.

K thru 12

Experience biotechnology research and access related activities that can be brought to the middle school and high school classrooms.  Click here for more information.

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