Stopping the Resistance of Cancer Cells to Treatment
UConn researchers have discovered molecules that could make cancer cells more vulnerable to chemotherapy.
New Findings May Lead to Sea Change in Desalination Technology
University of Connecticut scientists use electrospray to produce smooth reverse osmosis membranes with tunable thickness.
‘Smart’ Machine Components Alert Users to Damage and Wear
UConn and UTRC scientists are using advanced additive manufacturing to create novel wear sensors that can be embedded into machine parts.
UConn Researchers Lead National Effort to Improve Drug Manufacturing
Researchers in the School of Pharmacy are adapting the techniques of continuous manufacturing used in the electronics, chemical, and automobile industries to the production of complex drugs.
Perched on a Plateau: Why Today’s Rapid Weight Loss Diets Always Seem to Fail
Professor of pharmacy practice C. Michael White discusses what happens when you diet too hard, and suggests a more sustainable approach to losing weight.
Strain Improves Performance of Atomically Thin Semiconductor Material
UConn materials scientists have shown conclusively for the first time that the properties of atomically thin materials can be mechanically manipulated to enhance their performance. The finding could lead to faster computer processors and more efficient sensors.