Elaina Hancock

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Jane Kelley-Sabatinos, Kristy Dahlstrom, Jennifer Griffin,and Staci Dupre, all staff at the office of undergraduate admissions, watch the solar eclipse from Horsebarn Hill

Eclipse Viewing Party Marks Another Event in UConn Physics History of Outreach

Monday's party at Horsebarn Hill is one of many ways UConn physicists bring their subject matter to the public

The image of a cicada rendered in high definition.

Cicadas Visualized as Never Before Thanks to Inventive Collaboration

UConn is now home to some of the most detailed visualizations of cicadas available

Yangchao Luo of the Department of Nutritional Sciences in the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources works in a laboratory in the Advanced Technology Laboratory

An Environmentally Friendly Way to Turn Seafood Waste into Value-added Products

'We are hoping we can turn this trash into a treasure'

John Cooley, assistant professor-in-residence of ecology & evolutionary biology, poses with a jar of cicada specimens currently kept in UConn's Biodiversity Research Collections

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

Vibrant and healthy coral reef ecosystem in the crystal clear waters of Red Sea, Egypt

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

Open water ice formations

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'

One of UConn's hidden gems, Robert M. Thorson says the Stone Pavilion contains many beautiful stone specimens from across the country, and the massive slabs of bedrock surrounding the pavilion, tell a story of continuous geological change throughout history.

New Exhibition Asks: Are You Seeing Climate Change?

What will Connecticut look like in the year 2100?

A new study led by UConn researchers gives hope that some populations of Darwin's finches may be better armed to survive a devastating invasive parasite.

In the Galapagos, Urban Finches Fare Better Against Vampire Fly

'This gives us hope that Darwin's finches are not entirely doomed'

As part of the Campus Masterplan and funded by Next Generation Connecticut funds, the South Campus Infrastructure Project includes clean, renewable infrastructure that will extend deep underground to heat and cool the new South Campus Residence Hall.

Geothermal Project to Heat and Cool New South Campus Residential Hall

Sustainable technology is expected to begin operating in 2025

A digital rendering shows the instruments and associated equipment that will be included on board the PACE spacecraft.

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