Science & Health
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 22, 2013 Ecology Professor Receives Royal Summons to Join Scientific Committee Robin Chazdon was invited to the Royal Society in London to discuss tropical forest ecology and climate change as part of a group of international experts.
- 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 15, 2013 Hartford Students ‘Over the Moon’ After NASA Race Six high school students competed in NASA’s Great Moonbuggy Race, with the help of UConn graduate STEM fellows.
- May 2, 2013 Ph.D. Candidate Specializes in Underwater Acoustic Communications While at UConn, Zhaohui Wang ’13 Ph.D. has published 12 journal articles, 17 conference papers, worked on two NSF-funded proposals, and co-authored a textbook.
- April 26, 2013 Genomics Institute Launching $1 Million Grant Program to Encourage Research Collaborations The grant program is being facilitated by the UConn Health Center and letters of intent are due on May 15.
- How Robots Can Help Children with Autism Learn and Communicate April 25, 2013
- Airbus Donates Flap Assembly to UConn for Research and Training April 23, 2013
- New Geochemical Method Highlights Links Between Terrestrial Climate and Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide April 22, 2013
- Expanding Cancer Research at UConn April 18, 2013