Matt Engelhardt

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Composite image of 3d image of human brain.

Revolutionizing the Cell Mapping Process

UConn Assistant Professor of Physiology and Neurobiology Linnaea Ostroff takes an alternate approach to imaging multiple molecules in tissue samples, a process known as multiplexing

Michael Invernale

UConn Senior Licensing Manager Wins Prestigious National Scholarship

Michael Invernale earned a scholarship in recognition of their exemplary level of creativity and innovation


Exploring Heavy Metals Along the Ocean Floor

Assistant Professor Xueju "Sophie" Wang's study into ocean pollutants has earned her a prestigious award from the Office of Naval Research

A 3D rendering of the earth, seen from outer space. Confronting the challenges of climate change requires a 'whole-earth' approach, says UConn's Robert Thorson.

2023: A Year of Research Success

From an institutional focus on clean energy and sustainability to breakthroughs in science and technology, 2023 was an impressive year for UConn researchers.

Key Events Push QuantumCT Forward

Development grant in hand, the UConn and Yale-led partnership is laying the foundation for a regional innovation engine

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UConn’s Growing Research Strength Reflected in HERD Survey Rankings

Influential survey lists institutions according to research expenditures

Probes Team

UConn Startup Earns Small Business Grant to Commercialize Voltage-Sensitive Dyes

A team of UConn Health researchers has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to commercialize their voltage-sensitive dyes

Flooding in coastal Connecticut as the climate changes is one of several concerns for local leaders addressed in fact sheets provided by Adapt CT (Getty Images).

Investigating the Link Between Temperature and Extreme Weather

Funded through a $900,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, Wang and her collaborators will use climate model simulations of extreme precipitation to assess the performance of the models in reproducing the relationship between temperature and observed extreme precipitation intensity.

From left, Bruce Flax, president of the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce; Nicole Verdi, head of Government Affairs & Policy for New England Ørsted; UConn Professor and Marine Sciences Department Head Evan Ward; Michael Ausere, vice president of Business Development at Eversource Energy; state Sen. Heather Somers, UConn Avery Point Campus Director Annemarie Seifert; and Hank Webster, deputy commissioner of energy at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.

UConn, Partners Investigate Impact of Windfarms on Marine Life

UConn welcomed Orsted and Eversource officials to Avery Point to launch an impact study on a project designed to power 350,000 homes in southern New England

Research Team

Laying the Foundation for Carbon Dioxide Reduction

A team of UConn researchers is working to achieve carbon neutrality through a process called electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction.