Research & Discovery
Study Finds Users Prefer Daily Oral PrEP Pill Despite New Options
Drugs that prevent HIV infection have evolved, but new UConn research shows the standard option is still top with patients
Increasing Steps by 3,000 Per Day Can Lower Blood Pressure in Older Adults
'It’s exciting that a simple lifestyle intervention can be just as effective as structured exercise and some medications'
Trails and Active Living Program Expands Access to the Outdoors
A major initiative from UConn Extension, the UConn CT Trails Program is making it easier for wilderness explorers of all levels to hit the trails
Future Climate Venture Studio Launches Second Cohort
Six startup companies partner with UConn and other collaborators to merge entrepreneurship with climate responsibility
National LGBTQ+ Survey Finds Many Teens Out to Family, Hopeful for Future; Problem Areas Remain
'Despite the past two decades of unparalleled acceptance of gay marriage, the repeal of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell,’ and advances in protecting LGBTQ+ rights, over the last couple of years that has been eroded'
‘Talking About Staying’: Groundbreaking Study Tracks Retention Among Women, POC, LGBTQ Engineers
With a nearly $1 million grant from the NSF, Visiting Assistant Research Professor Rebecca Campbell-Montalvo is exploring the experiences of underrepresented students and professionals in engineering
UConn Biodiversity Research Collections Join an Effort to Combat Wildlife Trafficking
How jaguar skulls collected in the 1960s can help thwart wildlife poachers today
Heat Stress to Bring Big Changes to the US Corn Belt
'In the near term, drought-resistant crops are important, but when you look at the long term, we need heat-resistant crops'
Labor Day Report: Less Occupational Disease; COVID-19 Still Dominates
UConn Health is out with its annual Labor Day 'Occupational Disease in Connecticut' report