Researchers Heal Heavy Metal Poisoning from Implants
Breakthrough could be boon for those with hip or knee replacements
Gel Repairs Cartilage Without Surgery, With Electricity
Instead of requiring surgery to insert a solid scaffold, the gel could be simply injected into the knee, a much less invasive procedure
UConn Health Researchers Find that Youthful Proteins Help Nerves Regrow
'We are deciphering the mechanism of axon regeneration piece by piece'
Opportunity Lights Up UConn Sustainable Energy Summit
'Make no mistake - UConn is going to hit its decarbonization goals and become a national leader in sustainable clean energy research and education'
Bioengineers Test Better Way to Heal Chronic Wounds
'The dressing we developed enhances wound healing and prevents infections simultaneously'
UConn Magazine: Advanced Cannabis Horticulture
Matt DeBacco wants each of his students to come out of this class with the chemistry, horticulture, and business know-how for a successful grow-out
Shorter Telomeres Point to Increased Alzheimer’s Risk
If longer telomeres actually reduce Alzheimer's risk, it’s one more reason for people to adopt a healthy lifestyle
Researchers Sniff Out How Ants Weed their Fungus Gardens
Chemicals called peptaibols help ants keep diseased fungus out of their habitat