Syam Nukavarapu and Hyun Kim examine a specimen of the hybrid hydrogel in the laboratory at UConn Health. (Tina Encarnacion/UConn Health Photo)

UConn Researcher Makes Advances in Tissue Engineering

New approaches in complex tissue engineering offer a promising avenue for future joint repair treatments.

Amit Savkar, assistant professor-in-residence of math, tapes a lecture using Lightboard technology on Sept. 18, 2015. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

UConn Startup Stemify Improves Math Education With AI

A startup with UConn roots is using AI to help college students across the country succeed in STEM.

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For Students of Color, Online Racism Leads to Real-World Mental Health Challenges

For 'digital natives,' online racism can be a significant component of traumatic stress.

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Mentorship Program Connects UConn Startups with Industry, Business, Investment Experts

A unique mentorship program pairs UConn researchers with industry experts to transform ideas into successful startups.

A small child pushes a shopping cart full of groceries at a food pantry.

Public Policy, Social Work Researchers: Antipoverty Programs Can Help Reduce Child Neglect

Breaking down policy 'silos' would provide significant benefit to children and families.

Digital illustration of the Ebola Virus (istock photo)

Life’s Surprising Debt to Viruses

Viruses were here before we were, and a UConn researcher says they played a major role in what came next.

Clipboard with written prescription statins and stethoscope.

Statistically, Not Enough People Take Statins

Too many people are taking aspirin for heart health when it may not be effective for them.

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MBA Venture Fellow Program Gives Students Real-World Experience with Startups

Students from UConn's MBA program got real-world experience working with startups in UConn's incubator

Exterior photograph of the building where UConn's new Stamford Technology Incubation Program is based.

UConn Grows in Stamford with New Data Science Incubator

UConn's Technology Incubation Program (TIP) is expanding to Stamford with a new location focused on data science startups.

University Scholars

2021 University Scholars Align Research with the School of Pharmacy

UConn’s 2021 University Scholars include two students with majors in Molecular and Cell Biology and one working towards a Pharm.D.  As University Scholars, Suzannah De Almeida, Maria Latta, and Seema Patel are all taking advantage of the depth and breadth of research being done by Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacy Practice faculty within the School of […]