For Selenium in Rivers, Timing Matters
Researchers have gained new insight into an ongoing environmental health problem.
Q&A: Climate Grief and Our Crisis of Culture
UConn's Phoebe Godfrey locates the growing feeling of "climate grief" in existing problems of Western society.
When Looking at Species Declines, Nuances and Long-term Data Are Important
How a claim about the impact of climate change on insect populations in Puerto Rico didn't quite match the data.
Opinion: A Book for All of Us Living in the Time of ‘The Great Derangement’
Amitav Ghosh's meditation on the inability of contemporary society to face up to climate change is an urgent and timely selection for UConn Reads.
As COVID Vaccines Arrive, Remembering How An Earlier Pandemic Touched a Family
Not all of my insights into pandemics have come from academic research.
With Global Challenges in Mind, Keeping a Decades-long Success Story at the Forefront
The world's success in addressing the crisis of acid rain could serve as a template for tackling similar challenges.
A Call to Action for Science
Three UConn researchers are among a group of scientists calling on policymakers and the public to put data and scientific evidence at the heart of fraught questions like the COVID-19 pandemic.
Connecticut Teens Want More Transportation Options
UConn researchers have found that Connecticut teens have few options beyond the family car when it comes to getting around.