Cicadas Visualized as Never Before Thanks to Inventive Collaboration
UConn is now home to some of the most detailed visualizations of cicadas available
An Environmentally Friendly Way to Turn Seafood Waste into Value-added Products
'We are hoping we can turn this trash into a treasure'
Rediscovered Photos, an Unlabeled Jar Full of Cicadas, and an App
New data recently emerged that helps fill in some gaps in UConn’s long and ongoing legacy of studying these unique insects
A New Tool to Skillfully Predict Marine Habitat Shifts
Accurate predictions become increasingly important in a changing climate to help build resilience for marine ecosystems
UConn Researchers Studying Multi-Year Arctic Sea Ice Before It Is Gone
'When you see something happening so fast, and know that we caused, it's a rude awakening'
New Exhibition Asks: Are You Seeing Climate Change?
What will Connecticut look like in the year 2100?
In the Galapagos, Urban Finches Fare Better Against Vampire Fly
'This gives us hope that Darwin's finches are not entirely doomed'
Geothermal Project to Heat and Cool New South Campus Residential Hall
Sustainable technology is expected to begin operating in 2025
New Satellite Will Help Researchers See the Oceans and Atmosphere as Never Before
Satellite launch, anticipated for Feb. 6, offers researchers 'a completely new way' of looking at the ocean
UConn Students Imagine Potential Futures for a Remarkable Piece of Land in Simsbury
Designing for the future while also paying homage to the past