5-19-2016: PGML alumnus named Georgia Teacher of the Year.
1-2-2016: Paterson-led UGA group receives $5 million grant to combat invasive weed Johnsongrass.
8-22-2014: PGML plays important roles in genome sequences of canola, cabbage, cauliflower and turnip.
11-4-2013: PGML has received a USAID grant to fund a international effort to develop the sustainable intensification of sorghum.
6-19-2012: Tomato sequencing project sheds light on the plant's origins. [more]
11-12-2009: PGML contributes to middle school science. [more]
8-5-2009: PGML awarded grant for biofuel crop improvement. [more]
6-8-2009: Prof. Paterson quoted about grapevine genome. [more]
1-29-2009: PGML leads sequencing and analysis of the sorghum genome. [more]
8-23-2006: PGML leads international consortium to sequence cotton
5-16-2005: PGML leads international consortium to sequence sorghum genome. [more]
PGML to participate in sequencing the maize genome. [more]
2-28-2004: Research has uncovered sex chromosomes, rare in plants, in papayas, according to a study that appears in the January 22 issue of Nature. [more]
6-25-2003: Updated BACMan databases of comparative BAC hybridization data are now on line! [more]
4-29-2003: UGA geneticist Andrew Paterson has found that blocks of genes in plants have duplicated themselves over time, showing redundancy as a factor in evolution. A study published in the journal Nature is reported in Astrobiology magazine. [more]
3-27-2003: PGML reveals that entire genomes of flowering plants duplicated 80 and 200 million years ago. [more]
7-15-2002: National Science Foundation awards grant to UGA's Genes for Georgia. [more]
5-3-2002: PGML finding greatly reduces sequencing costs, could revolutionize genetic research. [more]
3-21-2002: Integrated genetic and physical maps of the maize genome. [more]
12-18-2001: Study paves way to water-efficient cotton. [more]
11-26-2001: Peanut molecular map completed. [more]