UConn Researchers at Forefront of Genome Editing
The pioneering technology may lead to new treatments and cures for devastating conditions such as cancer and autism.
- May 24, 2013 Eight UConn Professors Inducted into Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering Eight UConn faculty were inducted as new members, and distinguished professor-in-residence Anthony DeMaria received the Distinguished Service Award.
- May 24, 2013 Recent Graduate Finds Early Writing Success In the two years since he graduated, Tim Stobierski has published a collection of poems, been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and been interviewed by NPR.
- May 23, 2013 Old School Friends Bring New School Flair to Plans for Asian Restaurant Three recent UConn graduates plan to open a Japanese restaurant in Storrs Center that is intended to parallel edgy restaurants in major cities.
- May 23, 2013 Travelers EDGE Helps First Generation UConn Students Get a Degree and a Career A Travelers program for first-generation students at UConn helps them prepare for careers in the insurance and financial services industry.
- May 21, 2013 UConn Researchers Develop Some of the World’s Smallest Metallic Nanorods The development could have a major technological impact in electronics, energy, and manufacturing.
- May 20, 2013 Human-like Opponents Lead to More Aggression in Video Game Players, UConn Study Finds Researchers measured gamers’ levels of verbal, cognitive, and physical aggression when battling both human-like and non-human opponents.
- UConn’s Neag School Hosts Training Sessions to Prepare Educators for Crises May 17, 2013
- Class of 2013: Andraya Pulaski, Future Attorney May 16, 2013
- iPads 101 for Teachers May 16, 2013
- Couple Supports Global Studies May 16, 2013
- Mitchell Green, Philosopher of Language, Mind, Joins UConn Faculty May 15, 2013