College of Engineering
Researchers Heal Heavy Metal Poisoning from Implants
Breakthrough could be boon for those with hip or knee replacements
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.
Leading Technology and Innovation
The UConn College of Engineering is committed to supporting women in their engineering fields.
EPA Testing Shows the Power of DIY Air Filters to Trap Viruses
The results are in: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency research testing of do-it-yourself ‘Corsi-Rosenthal Box’ indoor air filters shows they are 99% effective in removing airborne virus. The 'Owl Force One' device tested by the EPA was built by UConn Indoor Air Quality Initiative researchers with Middletown, Connecticut public school children.
Action-oriented Symposium Connects Researchers to Encourage Collaboration for a Sustainable Environmental Future
'We have heard these wonderful talks, now what are we going to do? The time for action is now'
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
A Trumpet, Fire, and Physics
In the case of a recent viral video of a trumpeter playing into a tube that’s on fire, making the flames dance higher and lower in time to the music, we asked experts at UConn to explain just how the device – called a Rubens’ tube – worked
A Team Effort is Giving New Life to a Classic Observatory
'Getting the facility back up and running has been an amazing and rewarding experience. This will be a force for good in the department and at the University'
How Ready is Your Town? UConn Researchers Help Coastal Towns Prepare for the Next Storm in a Changing Climate
'We want to make everybody in the community feel safe in a way that is affordable'
Wolff Entrepreneurship Competition Crowns Startup That Brings Emotional-Coping Skills to Elementary-Age Kids
The Wolff competition awarded almost $60,000 in funds for UConn-affiliated startups