Public Health Insurance for Parents Improves Children’s Reading Skills, UConn HDFS Study Finds
Assistant professor Caitlin Lombardi and her collaborators found that children whose parents became newly eligible for Medicaid coverage under the ACA demonstrated approximately 2.3% higher reading scores
When Constructing Conservation Networks, It’s Best to Have a Plan
'You want to try to figure out what kind of habitat types we have and then collect at least one of everything'
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
Cleaning up the ‘Wild West’ of CBD: UConn Startup PCTRx Revolutionizing Industry with Novel Polymer Platform
PCTRx is developing its recently licensed polycannabinoid platform technology as a drug delivery system and biodegradable plastics, with an eye toward even more applications
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'
A Front Row View, an Abundance of Data, and a Glimpse of How Galaxies Evolve
UConn researchers are taking some of the guesswork out of how supermassive black holes merge
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
Neural Development Research Yields Milestone for UConn Waterbury
Psychology Professor Kimberly Cuevas has earned the campus its first National Institutes of Health R01 award, creating new scientific and community opportunities