UConn-Air Force Research Lab Collaboration Supports Workforce Development
Project Daedalus, a collaboration between UConn and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is tackling industry challenges using Industry 4.0 techniques. UConn researchers work with companies in Connecticut while helping students develop valuable skills.
UConn Researcher Studying Molecular Underpinnings of Disordered Breathing in Rett Syndrome
Physiology and neurobiology professor Daniel Mulkey is investigating how specific potassium channels contribute to a serious Rett syndrome symptom.
UConn-Technion Collaboration Develops Model for Affordable Fuel Cell Catalysts
UConn researchers and collaborators at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology developed a theoretical model that will expediate the development of affordable fuel cells, a key technology for sustainable energy.
Meet the Researcher: Caitlin Caspi, College of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources
Caspi champions collaboration as the key to her success in researching food security and diet-related health outcomes.
UConn Researchers Collaborate with TIP Company Shoreline Biome to Study Microbiome in NICU
UConn researchers recently published their findings on the microbiome of premature infants in the Connecticut Children's NICU, work they completed through a collaboration with TIP company Shoreline Biome.
Innovative Therapeutic Program Helps Those Living With PTSD
Professor Julian Ford created TARGET, an educational and therapeutic approach that explains why PTSD develops and how it can be overcome.
UConn Researcher Makes Advances in Tissue Engineering
New approaches in complex tissue engineering offer a promising avenue for future joint repair treatments.
Mentorship Program Connects UConn Startups with Industry, Business, Investment Experts
A unique mentorship program pairs UConn researchers with industry experts to transform ideas into successful startups.
Are White Coaches Fulfilling the Culture Needs of Black Athletes?
Joseph Cooper, an assistant professor of sport management and educational leadership in UConn’s Neag School of Education, is a co-investigator with Drew Brown, assistant Africana studies professor at the University of Delaware, on a grant from the American Athletic Conference to study the topic of whether and how white coaches are fulfilling the cultural needs of black college athletes.