Patent 7,955,128 is Not Just Any Number to Law School Clinic

June 21, 2011

First patent issued to client of UConn Law School clinic.

Practice Makes Perfect – And Helps Avoid Unnecessary Exams

June 7, 2011

Cardiac computed tomography angiography (CTA) is the use of CT to evaluate the coronary arteries for atherosclerotic disease, the number one cause of death in the U.S. “A technologist has one chance to do a cardiac CTA image correctly due to the radiation and intravenous contrast dose,” says Yang. “If you do a cardiac CT […]

Chemistry Professor wins Connecticut Medal of Science

May 10, 2011

Steven Suib, Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, has been awarded the state’s top science medal.

Walmart Gift to Benefit Veterans Program

April 12, 2011

The gift will enable a business development initiative for veterans with disabilities to expand.

UConn Reactor Uses More Efficient Process to Make Biodiesel Fuel

March 21, 2011

The reactor provides training for students in biodiesel technology.

Hemp Produces Viable Biodiesel, UConn Study Finds

October 6, 2010

Industrial hemp, which grows in infertile soils, is a potential source of sustainable diesel fuel.

‘Bootcamp’ for Disabled Veterans Opens Doors to Entrepreneurship

September 23, 2010

As part of a national program, UConn is training disabled veterans in how to start up a business.

Student Design Leads to Commercial Product

August 23, 2010

A product developed by senior engineering students is now on the market.

Engineer’s Research Targets Wireless Networks and Security

April 20, 2009

Computer science and engineering professor Aggelos Kiayias has received three new grants from the National Science Foundation for research aimed at improving the security of data transmitted and stored electronically. One project focuses on developing better encryption methods for wireless networks, to combat the widespread problem of data breaching.