Lab to Table? Induced Pluripotent Bovine Stem Cells Overcome Decades-Long Challenges for Cultivated Meat

Technology from animal scientists is paving the way for future advances in sustainable food production

This shows the complex interactions revealed between meat, gut bacteria and multiple sclerosis. In (a), solid black arrows show relationships that are positively correlated: for example, increased consumption of meat correlates with increased SAM in the bloodstream. Dotted arrows show negatively correlated relationships: for example, increased SAM in the blood correlates with fewer Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron bacteria in the gut. In (b), the colored circles show the number of blood metabolites associated with each factor or combination of factors.

Meat, Multiple Sclerosis, and the Microbiome

Studying the connections between meat, gut bacteria, and autoimmune attacks on the nervous system

UConn fans cheering on a basketball team at Gampel Pavilion in Storrs.

Study: Being a Fan at Gampel Pavilion (and Elsewhere) Absolutely Rules

Research demonstrates that the in-person experience is richer than watching an event on TV

Cameron Faustman

CAHNR Honors Former Dean Cameron Faustman’s Decades of Service

The CAHNR community came together virtually to recognize the contributions of beloved alumnus, emeritus professor, and interim dean Cameron Faustman

Meet the Researcher: Jacqueline Chen, CLAS

Jacqueline Chen, assistant professor of social psychology, is interested in the experiences of Multiracial people and developing inclusive mentorship strategies

Ariane 5 lifts off and deploys the James Webb Space Telescope on December 25, 2021 in Kourou, French Guiana. (Photo by Andrew Richard Hara/Getty Images)

Even After James Webb Space Telescope Launch, Astronomers Still on the Edge of their Seats

'I'm excited to get to work to learn about the mysteries of the universe'

Lack of ready access to mental health services is particularly reported among young people, researchers found (Adobe Stock).

Suicide Attempts On the Rise, But Help is Hard to Get

Only 40% of people who need mental health services report being able to access them

Composite image of 3d image of human brain.

The Science of Distraction: Neag Professor Explores Fluctuations of Attention During Science Learning

Addressing the need to understand how students pay attention in virtual, as well as face-to-face, classrooms

Dr. Rebecca Riba-Wolman, Amber Barry, RN and Stephanie Ruggiero, RN monitor the infusion for the GSD 1a phase 3 trial participant (UConn Health Photo).

Ground-Breaking Clinical Trial Participant First in the World to Receive Phase III Infusion for GSD Type Ia

'“This is very exciting. It’s a culmination of over 20 years of research'

Dr. Cato T. Laurencin in white coat with anatomic model

UConn’s Cato T. Laurencin Engineers Synthetic Artificial Stem Cells; Discovery Opens the Door for Advancement in Regenerative Therapies

A new way to avoid the potential pitfalls of traditional stem cell therapies