Science & Health
November 24, 2015
Unable to Savor Your Holiday Meal?
The Taste and Smell Clinic at UConn Health treats patients with taste and smell problems.
November 23, 2015
Hiding in Plain Sight: Camouflage in Open Ocean Fish
A new study of how open ocean fish use polarized light waves shows there’s more to camouflage than meets the eye.
November 19, 2015
Students Search the Soil for New Antibiotics
Antibiotic resistance is up, antibiotic drug discovery is down. Some UConn undergraduates are a part of the search for potential new antibiotics.
November 18, 2015
Cardiology Physician-Scientist Joins JAX Genomic Medicine, UConn Health
Dr. Travis Hinson, a cardiologist whose research focuses on heart muscle diseases, will take up a joint appointment in January.
November 17, 2015
The Difference Between Laughing and Crying
UConn neuroscience researchers are examining how the human brain makes distinctions between subtle but important differences in sound.
November 16, 2015
An Undergrad Discovers Some Sticky DNA – and a New Vocation
Part of a successful university experience is being open to change. Brendan Smalec’s story is a case in point.