College of Agriculture, Health & Natural Resources
Podcast: Play Without Pain, Perform at Peak
The co-directors of the UConn Institute for Sports Medicine explain what they and their colleagues can do for athletes to prevent/reduce injury risk, treat injuries and help them recover, and even use innovative ways to analyze movement to enhance performance.
Throwing Nitrogen Out with the Stormwater: UConn Extension Educator, Team Helps Coastal Communities Reduce Runoff Pollution
A team of UConn researchers is training students and providing coastal municipalities in Connecticut with green infrastructure plans to reduce stormwater runoff
UConn Featured in Episode of New ‘College Tour’ Series’ First Season
An Amazon Prime show that highlights the whole UConn experience, from academics to the Dairy Bar
Zinn Receives American Society of Animal Science Morrison Award
This award recognizes Zinn’s significant lifetime contributions to livestock production research
Happy Trails on Horsebarn Hill
Take a ride along one of UConn's most iconic spots and learn some of its history at the same time
Venkitanarayanan Named Institute of Food Technologists Fellow
This prestigious honor recognizes Venkitanarayanan’s remarkable contributions to improving food safety of eggs and poultry meat.
Eating Under The Sea: UConn Researchers Find Health Benefits of Connecticut-Grown Sugar Kelp
A first-of-its-kind study finds nutrition benefits for locally-grown sugar kelp, an increasingly important crop for the state.
Innovative Decision Support System for Individualized Exercise Prescription
The new tool will allow physicians, health care providers, and exercise professionals to prescribe personalized exercise plans to support patient health
CIRCA Webinar Presents Changes to Land Surface Temperature, Land Use in New Haven, Fairfield Counties
'Heat islands' in urban areas have experienced a five-to-10-degree temperature increase over the past 20 years
Learning How Salt Marsh Plants May Signal Carbon Capture Capacity
Learning how the composition of salt marshes can predict their ability to serve as reservoirs for carbon