International Partnership Launches Innovative Energy Research Center at UConn
The Fraunhofer Center for Energy Innovation, one of just seven in the country, will develop improved energy conversion and storage systems.
UConn Engineering Researcher Among Handful Selected as ‘DuPont Young Professor’
Jeffrey McCutcheon is one of 14 faculty worldwide to receive the award, based on his water filtration research.
Preventing ACL Injury in a High-risk Population
UConn kinesiologist Lindsay DiStefano is studying the effectiveness of an intervention designed to prevent injury among military cadets.
Faster, Better, Safer Jet Engines
An engineering professor is studying ways to improve jet engine performance.
War Crimes in Chechnya are Subject of Human Rights Memory Project
History professor Emma Gilligan has been working with Chechnya human rights activist Stanislav Dmitrievsky on a project for victims of war crimes.
Peering into the Protein Pathways of a Cell
Research by a UConn team sheds new light on how cellular transport systems harness energy to perform their work inside the cell.
Neuroscience Professor Wins Prestigious National Research Award
Rashmi Bansal received the Javits Neuroscience Investigator Award, a seven-year grant for research on a protein involved in multiple sclerosis and related diseases.
NIH Awards $13M-plus for UConn Immunology Research
A federal grant funds five more years of UConn Health Center scientists’ study of immune response to infection.
A Message From President Herbst Concerning Next Generation Connecticut
President Herbst addresses the importance of Next Generation Connecticut to the entire University community.
Salamander Study May Change Scientific View of Importance of Evolution in Ecological Research
UConn biologist Mark Urban has published research on salamanders that details the eco-evolutionary processes that explain patterns of biodiversity.