Plants As a Tool for Roadside Contaminant Removal
Not a silver bullet, but these common invasive species can help clean up roadside contaminants
UConn Biodiversity Research Collections Join an Effort to Combat Wildlife Trafficking
How jaguar skulls collected in the 1960s can help thwart wildlife poachers today
Heat Stress to Bring Big Changes to the US Corn Belt
'In the near term, drought-resistant crops are important, but when you look at the long term, we need heat-resistant crops'
Where to Start? UConn Researchers Develop Holistic Tool to Help Plan Urban Vacant Lots
'We want to greenify those lands that have been disregarded and underestimated in the city setting'
Creating a More Just and Equitable Future, Together
The Sustainable Community Food System program combines sustainability, environmentalism, and social justice to teach Connecticut elementary school students about our world
Filling the Holes in Our Knowledge about Soil Health
Absolutely key to life on earth, assessing soil has been a challenging task, something UConn researchers hope to remedy
‘Hidden Little Monsters:’ Researchers Find the Most Distant, Active Black Holes Yet
'I think of it as a "chicken-or-egg" problem of which comes first, the black hole or the galaxy'
UConn Researchers Making Advances in the Detection of Gravitational Wave Background
A project that aims to create a whole new way of looking at the universe