CLAS Earth and Its Future
Clues about the Northeast’s Past and Future Climate from Plant Fossils
The warmer, wetter, and homogeneous climate of the past may soon return for the eastern seaboard
Yellow Evolution: Unique Genes Led to New Species of Monkeyflower
Research sheds light on a crucial area of evolution
Mercury Helps to Detail Earth’s Most Massive Extinction Event
'It wasn't just one very bad day on Earth. The situation is much more complicated than people realized'
Genetic Barriers, a Warming Ocean, and the Uncertain Future for an Important Forage Fish
'It's all temperature driven, and the implications for this, in light of climate change, are huge'
A Solution for Reclaiming Valuable Resources Flushed Down the Drain
UConn researchers are turning a sewage treatment plant problem into biofuel
Science in Seconds: Oyster Restoration
UConn Marine Science researcher Zofia Baumann has her eyes set on restoring Connecticut’s oyster populations
The Travails of an Alewife: Dams, Drought, and Climate Change
UConn researchers are studying the alewife – a threatened species and vital food web component -- for clues on how CT waterways and their inhabitants will adapt to climate change
Can a Tiny But Essential Ocean Organism Keep Pace with Climate Change?
Trying to understand how well copepods can cope with warming oceans
UConn Research Team Awarded $2.5 Million for ‘Biodiversity on a Changing Planet’
The grant will allow them to research the effects of climate change on Lake Tanganyika, which millions of people depend on as a food supply
For Popular Trail, There’s Light at the End – and the Beginning, and the Middle – of the Tunnel
UConn students' Service Learning project will help make the Hop River Trail safer for the thousands of bikers and pedestrians who use it