UConn Women’s Basketball: Research & Performance
It takes a team on the court and off to help the UConn Women’s Basketball Team excel
Science in Seconds: Cannabinoids
Cannabinoids are able to decrease our capacity to process pain in the brain while having less substance use potential than that of opioids
Science in Seconds: Oyster Restoration
UConn Marine Science researcher Zofia Baumann has her eyes set on restoring Connecticut’s oyster populations
A Kitchen for the Community
UConn researchers are studying the importance of food and how to build more just, equitable, and sustainable communities by focusing on a unique facility called the Commercially Licensed Co-operative Kitchen or CLiCK.
Science in Seconds: Cryptocurrency
The existence of cryptocurrency may date to 2008, but many people still struggle to understand how it gets its value, why they should pay attention, and how to define it for the layman.
A New Fine Arts Theatre Production Facility
The brand-new Theatre Production Facility will provide students and faculty with needed space to prepare high-tech productions
Confronting the ‘Insect Apocalypse’
A period of mass extinction threatens insects - and the humans and animals who depend on them
A New Home for the Huskies
UConn athletes now call Husky Athletic Village and Rizza Performance Center home.
Walking For Climate Action
After UConn grad Hannah Bacon ’15 (CLAS) lost her job at an environmental nonprofit due to the pandemic, she decided to use her time off to walk across the country to raise money and awareness for climate action.