Research & Discovery
Climate Change Models May Underestimate Extinctions, Says UConn Biologist
Animal and plant species may be on a collision course created by climate change, and current predictions likely underestimate how many will go extinct, according to a new study.
Northeast Ocean Network Receives Funding for Next Five Years
The network, which includes UConn’s marine sciences department, will receive nearly $2 million a year to continue remote sensing tracking of sea and atmospheric data.
New Facilities Enhance UConn’s Drug Development Research Capability
The University's drug development research received a substantial boost with the opening of two new research facilities at the Biotechnology-Bioservices Center.
Biological Collections Help Scientists Document Environmental Change
'Dead bugs do tell tales,' according to biologist David Wagner, who is examining the decline of bee pollinators and the threat of climate change.
Waging the War Against Salmonella … One Molecule at a Time
UConn researchers have found a creative way to combat Salmonella using natural food grade molecules.
Kids’ Temper Tantrums Encompass a Range of Emotions
A UConn psychology professor is analyzing recordings of toddlers’ tantrums to better understand how kids manage their emotions and what parents can do about it.