Research

UConn Researcher Explores Power-Based Exercises for Improving Knee Pain

Through a $1.5 million grant from the Department of Defense, Neal Glaviano will investigate if incorporating power-based exercises into treatment will provide better long-term outcomes for people with patellofemoral pain

Little green plant on crack dry ground, concept drought.

For Advance Drought Warning, Look to the Plants

UConn researchers find signals in vegetation can help forecast devastating 'flash' droughts

Emma Graebner presenting at UConn Health's Research Day

The Next Generation of Innovators and Problem-Solvers

TIP Innovation Fellows, Health Research students present their findings and make their pitches during Summer Research Day at UConn Health

Turfgrass Field Day Returns to Share Research and Help Industry Grow

After a pandemic hiatus, the in-person event returned with record attendance from a variety of turfgrass professionals

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

Regenerative Engineering Society Names Award for Founder Cato T. Laurencin

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers Foundation and the AICHE Regenerative Engineering Society have established an award in honor of the society's founder.

Michael Coyne reads with elementary school children.

Neag School-Led Connecticut Partnership for Literacy Success Continues Mission to Teach All Children to Read

Michael Coyne, professor of educational psychology and chair of the Neag School’s Department of Educational Psychology, has served as a principal investigator since the original launch of the literacy research project in 2012

Conceptual image representing the process of nuclear fusion, specifically the creation of helium from hydrogen. Four protons (hydrogen nuclei) are combining on the left, releasing in the process two protons and two neutrons (a helium nucleus).

MSE Researcher Earns DOE Career Award

Yuanyuan Zhu's research into tungsten oxidation could lead to key breakthroughs in nuclear fusion technology.

Dr. Cato T. Laurencin

Biden Administration Appoints Dr. Cato T. Laurencin to Selection Panel

Laurencin has been reappointed to the National Medal of Technology and Innovation (NMTI) Nomination Evaluation Committee.

UConn Health/JAX Study Gives Better Understanding of Endometriosis and How it Grows

The study builds a robust foundation for a better understanding of endometriosis and how it grows

UConn Researcher Invents Low-Abundance Biomarker Detection Platform for Early Diagnosis

Yu Lei has created a technology that holds the potential to advance early-stage disease detection using biomarkers