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UConn, Eversource Energy Center to Develop Marine Model for NOAA Software

Researchers led by UConn/Eversource Energy Center professor Malaquias Peña Mendez will develop a 3-D, real-time analysis for marine environments, building on a state-of-the-art NOAA system

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Telehealth Delivery Successful for Movement Interventions in Children with Autism

New UConn research shows that telehealth is a viable model for movement interventions in children with autism

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How Pathogens Hijack Immune System to Cause Vaccine-Enhanced Disease

UConn researchers are working to unlock a decades-long mystery that has hampered development of a walking pneumonia vaccine

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UConn Extension EFNEP Program Earns Top Honors from USDA, APLU, Cooperative Extension

UConn Extension was recently recognized with the 2022 Top Honors in Extension Excellence and Diversity for the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)

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More than Numbers: CAHNR Alum Uses Data to Support Farmers, Ranchers Across the Country

Thanks to early experiences with UConn 4-H, alum Danny Munch has become a policy expert on the national scale

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New Fuel Cell Gets New Look, Thanks to Student Design

The student design competition has helped spread awareness about the newly installed fuel cell at the Depot Campus

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Greening with Equity: Dearth of Ecosystem Services Corresponds to Non-White Areas

A new UConn study explores how communities of color remain excluded from all that nature has to offer

The researcher team led a field tour in June attended by DEEP Commissioner Katie Dykes, Deputy Commissioner Mason Trumble, Director of the Office of Climate Planning Rebecca French, and State Forester Christopher Martin.

‘The Problem is Nature Just Isn’t Natural Anymore’

As Connecticut’s trees are pushed to the brink by climate change, UConn researchers are working to help make New England woodlands more resilient

A child in a fast food restaurant. Voluntary policies at fast food restaurants have not increased the likelihood that parents will purchase healthier meals for children, according to new research.

Researcher Finds ‘No News is Bad News’ When it Comes to COVID-19 and Consumer Dining Behavior

Studies from UConn economists found that providing the public with more information about the current state of COVID-19 spread made dining out more appetizing

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Amy Harder Appointed Associate Dean of UConn Extension

Harder will lead UConn Extension's programs, which serve all of Connecticut's 169 municipalities