March 26, 2015
Physicists Solve Low-Temperature Magnetic Mystery
A breakthrough in explaining a rare property of an exotic magnetic material could lead to new technologies, from information storage to magnetic refrigeration.
March 24, 2015
CRT Explores World of Film Noir in ‘Band of the Black Hand’
The show, which incorporates modern Indonesian shadow puppetry and jazz music, is continuously evolving as a ‘devised theater’ production.
March 23, 2015
Smaller Plates, Smaller Portions? Not Always
UConn Health psychiatry researchers say visual cues are not universally effective in helping curb childhood obesity.
March 17, 2015
Passion for Art May Thwart Pursuits of the Heart
Individuals who share their creativity with their partner are more likely to enjoy long-term relationships, but solo pursuits may keep them single, according to a new UConn study.
March 16, 2015
Realistic Gun Controllers in Video Games Foster Aggressive Thoughts
Players who used a gun controller also found the game more realistic, and felt more engaged, according to a new UConn study.
March 10, 2015
Researchers Tap Stem Cells to Heal Rotator Cuff Injuries
UConn Health is at the forefront of new therapy to merge surgery with the body’s ability to heal itself with its own adult stem cells.
March 5, 2015
Evolving to Cope with Climate Change
A UConn marine sciences professor is measuring the potential of an important fish species to adapt to an increasingly acidic ocean.