Science & Health
QR Codes Engineered into Cybersecurity Protection
Engineers took the ordinary QR code and transformed it into a high-end cybersecurity application that can protect the integrity of computer microchips.
- February 26, 2015 New Peanut Allergy Test Goes Beyond Scratching the Surface UConn chemists have developed a new test for peanut allergies that is capable of determining the potential intensity of a patient’s allergic reaction through just a few drops of blood.
- February 24, 2015 Philosopher Ponders ‘Alien Minds’ for NASA Susan Schneider discusses her belief that the most advanced civilizations on other planets will likely be post biological.
- February 23, 2015 Abuzz Over Ovulation Similarities Between Two Very Different Species UConn researchers say that during ovulation the same gene may govern both humans and flies, a finding that could lead to advances in treating human infertility, cancer metastasis and ovarian disease.
- February 23, 2015 The Impact of Social Media on Body Image A UConn psychologist on the “selfie” culture, and how to approach a friend or family member who may be suffering from an eating disorder.
- February 19, 2015 Avoiding Winter’s Hazards Advice from the experts on successfully navigating the cold, snowy challenges of the winter of ’15
- February 18, 2015 Never Too Early to Consider End-of-life Wishes UConn Health’s Dr. Susan Levine explains the importance of discussing advance care planning with your family and physician.
- Beauty in the Small and Unintended February 16, 2015
- Measles and the Risks of Skipping Vaccines February 10, 2015
- UConn Urologist Picked to Lead New Bladder Cancer Institute February 6, 2015
- Getting Ahead of Antibiotic-resistant Bacteria February 5, 2015