Franklin faculty and guest speakers continue the important work of bringing science to the public.
World-renowned paleontologist Jack Horner, author of How to Build a Dinosaur, will discuss how he and his colleagues are developing the technology to create a real dinosaur at a lecture that is part of the annual Darwin Days celebration at the University of Georgia.
Horner, who advised Steven Spielberg on Jurassic Park and is Regents Professor...
Lee Shearer of the Athens Banner Herald reports on research by Franklin faculty on the recent drought:
But measured by its impact on people in the four counties served by the Bear Creek Reservoir, and how much it depleted water in area rivers, it was the worst on record, they say in an article published this month in the Journal of the American Water Resources Association.
“The smoking gun is pointing at population increases,” said one of...
Congratulations to professor of geography Marshall Shepherd, who was recently voted president-elect of the American Meteorological Society:
Shepherd, who directs the university’s Atmospheric Sciences Program, will begin a one-year term as president...
I watched this NOVA presentation over the holidays, and while you might think that nothing could move as slow as a glacier, they are unfortunately not shifting all that slowly. The scientists on the program were able to measure movement that, while imperceptible to the naked eye, equaled about 130 feet per day. That is amazing. And alarming.