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Business-related tweets on a smartphone. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

Twitter Volume a Guide to Stock Options Pricing

A UConn researcher says spikes in the number of tweets about a company can be used as the basis for a profitable stock options trading strategy.

Father and son being interviewed by a professional. (iStock image)

UConn Partners with State on Child Welfare Project

The federally funded program seeks to prepare an ethnically and linguistically diverse group of social workers to work with vulnerable children and families.

Bobtail squid. (Copyright Mattias Ormestad,, reproduced with permission)

The Science of Symbiosis and the Search for New Drugs

UConn researchers are studying bacteria living inside the Hawaiian bobtail squid in the search for new drugs to fight pathogens in humans.

Gopinath Rajadinakaran, right, and Robert Kelley, professor of reconstructive sciences, discuss the testing of an artificial salivary gland at UConn Health in Farmington on Dec. 3, 2015. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Developing a Solution to the Problem of Dry Mouth

Dr. Robert Kelly invented an artificial salivary gland. The NSF program Accelerate UConn helped him bring it closer to market.

Matthew Hanley uses a microscope in a lab at UConn Health in Farmington on Dec. 3, 2015. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

NSF Program Helps UConn Entrepreneurs Get Started

UConn Health researchers in the early stages of developing a colorectal cancer vaccine got a jump-start from Accelerate UConn, an NSF I-Corps site.

Fans watching a football game on TV. (iStock Photo)

NFL Games Can Affect Sponsors’ Stock Returns

Win or lose, professional sports outcomes have an impact on sponsors’ cash flow, according to a UConn School of Business study.

Professor Hertel: Recipient of 2015 Edward C. Marth Mentorship Award

Edward C. Marth Mentorship Award is given each year to a member of University of Connecticut Graduate Faculty in recognition of outstanding mentoring of graduate students over the past 10 years.  Established by The UConn AAUP, the Marth Award was founded to recognize the leadership and dedication of Edward Marth, former Executive Director of the UConn AAUP Chapter, […]

David Etim: Ph.D. Candidate, Recipient of 2016 NNSA Graduate Fellowship

David Etim, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Computer Science and Engineering.  Currently a Ph.D. candidate studying in computer science and engineering, David Etim is a recent recipient of the 2016 National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Graduate Fellowship.  David has a strong interest in data analytics as well as development of applications that utilize the extraction of […]

Linguistics researchers at UConn are asking children – with the help of a puppet – just how they learn to speak their native language. (Christine Buckley/UConn Photo)

A Child and a Puppet: How Children Learn Language

UConn linguistics researchers are using puppets to study how children learn a native language.

Myles Mocarski '16 (SFA) plays violin during a rehearsal of the University Symphony Orchestra at von der Mehden Recital Hall on Nov. 16, 2015. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

From Practice to Performance: UConn’s Concerto Competition

The competition culminates in a concert this Thursday at von der Mehden Recital Hall.