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Published on Mar 13, 2012
Boosters for pesticides and antibiotics, a high-efficiency nutcracker, and an electricity-free milk cooler -- all invented by University of Georgia faculty -- have been recognized by the Association of University Technology Managers in their most recent "Better World Report."
For the 2011 report, AUTM was charged with selecting technologies that help the world in the face of adversity. Just 23 were selected for the report from among thousands of innovations from universities and other research organizations around the globe. Five were from UGA.