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De-extinction? Why the woolly mammoth and other lost animals really are gone forever

University of Georgia Today | 
This information undoubtedly will disappoint “Jurassic Park” fans, but it comes from an expert—Beth Shapiro, the UGA alumna and evolutionary biologist ...
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Genetically engineered poplar trees, switchgrass could lead to more efficient biofuels

University of Georgia | 
A research team led by the University of Georgia has discovered that manipulation of the same gene in poplar trees ...