Research & Discovery

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A Look Back, A Look Forward With WGSS

UConn Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies marks 50 years of curiosity and change

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Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering Elects 12 New UConn Faculty

Of the 35 CASE members inducted this year, 12 work at UConn

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Pharmacy Faculty Advance Freeze-Drying Technology

Techniques developed at UConn are extending the shelf-life and potency of critical vaccines and other sensitive pharmaceutical products

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Department of Educational Psychology Tops UConn Departments in Research Productivity

The Neag School department had the highest research expenditures across the Storrs and regional campuses in Fiscal Year 2023

Wilbur Cross with fall foliage. Oct. 12, 2021.

Two Faculty Entrepreneurs Named to National Academy of Inventors List

'We all brainstorm and discuss - how can this be more perfect? How can it help more people improve their quality of life?'

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UConn Health’s Chief Neurosurgeon Helps Rewrite Stroke Care Guidelines

Dr. Ketan Bulsara says more stroke patients qualify for life-saving thrombectomy

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Mapping the Battle Against Christian Nationalism

The Henry Luce Foundation has awarded UConn’s Meanings of Democracy Lab $300,000 to chart resistance to Christian nationalism

Jessica Rouge with the members of her lab.

Female Inventor Empowers Underrepresented Women in Science

In honor of International Women's Day, meet UConn chemistry Professor Jessica Rouge

UConn Dental Research Lands in Top 10 For 4th Year in a Row

The School of Dental Medicine received $10.7 million in total research funding for FY 23

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Recommendations for University Personnel to Improve Student Support Post-COVID

Christopher Esposito, Neag School doctoral candidate in the Department of Educational Psychology, prepared the following rapid research brief with the Center for Education Policy Analysis, Research, and Evaluation (CEPARE). This research brief describes best practices for ensuring success for students entering institutions of higher education today.