Science & Health
Power Lines Offer Environmental Benefits: UConn Study
The landscape in the transmission corridors provides habitat for hundreds of species of native plants and animals.
- September 15, 2014 Genetic Screening and Breast Cancer Risk Two UConn Health genetic counselors discuss a recent call for much wider use of genetic screening for breast cancer.
- September 12, 2014 Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity Moves to UConn A new partnership with the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity was announced today in Hartford.
- September 8, 2014 Malloy Tops Off UConn Health’s New Hospital Tower The 11-floor hospital tower is slated for occupancy in early 2016.
- September 5, 2014 Tiny Heart Valve Has Big Potential for UConn Startup A combination of biomedical engineering and sewing skills led to the development of a novel heart valve replacement that could save lives.
- September 3, 2014 UConn Researcher’s Nanoparticle Key to New Malaria Vaccine A nanoparticle designed by a UConn scientist is the key component of a promising new vaccine that could help address a global health problem.
- September 1, 2014 Monitoring Work-related Illnesses in Connecticut A recent UConn Health study shows the number of work-related illnesses in the state has declined but remains above the national average.