Neag School Researchers Developing Computational Thinking Unit for High School Biology Classes
As computational thinking becomes an increasingly important part of STEM fields, a group of researchers is developing a program to prepare high school students with these skills.
UConn Researchers Study Anti-Vax Facebook Groups in Early Days of COVID-19 Pandemic
UConn researchers' work studying the activity of anti-vaccine groups on Facebook in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic holds important lessons for public health officials.
Turmeric Component May Help Improve Cholesterol, Lessen Statin Side Effects
Researcher Oh Sung Kwon is investigating if a central component in turmeric could improve cholesterol and reduce common side effects for cholesterol medicine
UConn TIP Receives Premiere InBIA Randall Whaley Award and Prize
UConn TIP has received a prestigious recognition from the International Business Innovation Association.
UConn Researcher Decreasing HIV Risk for People Who Use Drugs
Michael Copenhaver is working on two grants to improve outcomes for people who use drugs and are at a greater risk for HIV
UConn Selected to Help Create National Network on Emotional Wellbeing Research
A trio of UConn researchers are developing an interdisciplinary network to advance scientific understanding of emotional wellbeing.
UConn Researchers Developing Coastal Forest Resiliency Plan for Coastal Evergreen Preserve
Extension educator Juliana Barrett will lead a team in developing a coastal forest management plan for a preserve in Stonington.
Meet the Researcher: Gus Mazzocca, School of Medicine
Mazzocca has spent his career working to improve patient outcomes in orthopedics
UConn Health Researchers Receive a $3.1 Million Dollar Grant to Study Pandemic-Related Stress in Families with Infants
Damion Grasso and Margaret Briggs-Gowan developed a tool to measure pandemic-related stress. They are now applying it in a study focused on families who gave birth and are now raising infants during the pandemic
Stem Cell and Genome Editing Core Merger Provides One-Stop Shop for Researchers
The Stem Cell and Genome Editing Cores at the University of Connecticut have merged to create a one-stop shop for researchers.