New Technology Designed to Reduce Mortality Rates in Cancer Patients
A pair of Ph.D. students developed a technology that takes a patient’s tumor cells and grows them outside of the body to test different cancer treatments.
Student Entrepreneurs Spend Spring Break in Silicon Valley
'This trip is really important for our students to see first-hand how the spirit of entrepreneurship works in a real setting,' said UConn's David Noble.
UConn, Innovate Stamford Collaboration Bolsters Innovation Ecosystem
The new partnership, which will include summer internships for 50 UConn students, aims to strengthen the city as a leader in technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
UConn Research Project at the International Space Station
An experiment devised by researchers at UConn startup LambdaVision was launched into space this month.
First Innovation Expo: Opportunities Abound on Campus
'We have such cool things going on on campus,' said biology major Greta Johnson, a volunteer at the event.
Male Fertility Test Developers Win Venture Competition
Through the Wolff New Venture Competition, a pair of biomedical engineering doctoral candidates won $20,000 to further develop an in-home device to measure male fertility.
Industry-Academic Program to Grow Entrepreneurial Know-How
The new program will provide aspiring entrepreneurs working as academic or industry researchers with customized training to help turn their technologies into businesses and products.
New Engineering Program Aims to Attract the Most Talented Entrepreneurs to Connecticut
UConn is launching a Master’s of Engineering in Global Entrepreneurship, the first entrepreneurial graduate degree in the state that is focused on engineering.