Science & Health
Quiet that Ringing in the Brain
A UConn researcher investigating potassium channels has tested a promising new drug for treating epilepsy and tinnitus.
- June 29, 2015 In A Word: Transgender Transition Through Speech Transgender clients at the UConn Speech and Hearing Clinic receive guidance on vocal changes that support their transition.
- June 26, 2015 Setting Sail for Science Three UConn marine sciences students spent a semester at sea, conducting scientific research and learning hands-on sailing skills.
- June 23, 2015 MERS: Should We Be Worried? A UConn pathobiologist discusses how Middle East Respiratory Syndrome is transmitted and whether it could spread in the U.S.
- June 22, 2015 A New Use for Old Carpet UConn researchers in engineering and business are collaborating to create particle board from waste carpet and bring it to market.
- June 18, 2015 Rinse and Repeat to Remove Anxiety UConn researchers found the first scientific evidence of a link between anxiety and ritualized behavior.
- June 18, 2015 Reducing the Japanese Beetle Population A UConn researcher recommends planting peonies to attract a parasitic wasp that preys on the beetle grubs.
- Identifying Counterfeit Computer Chips June 15, 2015
- Liang Appointed as Medical School Dean June 12, 2015
- Food for Thought at UConn’s First Science Salon June 5, 2015
- Study Points to Human Impact on Evolution of Freshwater Fish June 3, 2015