If Georgia were a sovereign nation, it would rank sixth in the world in pulp and paper production. Now, fittingly, the state is also the future home of the Institute of Paper Chemistry, an independent research facility and graduate school currently located in Appleton, Wis. The institute has trained more than 25% of the engineers and scientists in the paper and pulp industry. And the move, scheduled to be completed in 1990 and backed by $15 million from the Georgia legislature, will permit Georgia Tech, the University of Georgia, and other area schools to share faculty and conduct joint research projects with the institute.

Ten thousand baby conchs wont be on the rolls of the homeless— at least not yet. A section of the Florida Keys containing the Sea World Marine Science and Conservation Center has been up for sale, and scientists were worried that the research and teaching center...

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