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UConn Extension Growing Food With the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and UConn Extension are collaborating to enhance agricultural production, food security, and health of tribal community members.
Cognitive Garden Takes Root at UConn Avery Point
A brand-new garden at UConn Avery Point is designed to help children learn through using experience.
Researchers Hone Our Ability to Map Storm Flooding
UConn researchers developed a radar satellite-based mapping technique that will improve the ability of forecasters to more accurately predict the inundated area caused by future storms.
Occupational Illnesses in Connecticut Decrease
The most recent data available indicate workplace-related illnesses have gone down in Connecticut, according to UConn Health experts.
UConn Steers the Way to Shellfish Farms
Connecticut's coastline hosts a growing aquaculture industry, which UConn Extension educators promote alongside farmers of oysters, clams, fish, and seaweeds.
Helping Municipalities Meet New Pollution Regulations
A UConn Extension program, partnering with the state, is helping towns comply with new state and federal requirements for reducing water pollution – and saving them money.
Multiplying Their Options
Nearly 240 8th-grade girls from middle schools around the state came to campus Wednesday for a one-day conference aimed at exposing them to female role models in the STEM fields.
UConn’s Key Role in Ensuring Integrity of State Elections
Both before and after the November election, UConn’s Voting Technology Research Center will run forensic analyses on memory cards in the state’s voting equipment.