Once in a Blue Moon
On the last night of this month, three lunar events will occur simultaneously, as astrophysics graduate student Yasaman Homayouni explains.
UConn on the Front Line to Glimpse Farthest Reaches of Universe
Two UConn physics professors will be among the world’s first scientists to explore the universe using the new James Webb Space Telescope.
How Birds are Rescheduling their Lives Around Climate Change
'We were expecting them to only move in space, but we’ve demonstrated they also move in time,' says UConn researcher Morgan Tingley.
Reforestation: Knowing When to Let Nature Take its Course
Allowing Nature to restore deforested areas often restores them closer to the characteristics of the original forest than planting large numbers of trees, according to a new study involving a UConn researcher.
Winter is Coming – Just How Bad Will it Be?
From analyzing long-range weather forecasts to reading signs in nature, UConn experts weigh in on what may be in store this winter.
Explosive Research: Eliminating ‘What Ifs?’ in Space Travel
UConn researchers are adapting methods for studying forces in earthly structures such as bridges and skyscrapers, for use in spacecraft.