Research

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School of Social Work Celebrates 10-Year Initiative to Improve Services for Connecticut Families

The Performance Improvement Center uses data and analyses to identify trends and help improve how the state’s child welfare system responds to vulnerable families.

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It’s Time to Save All Athletes: Korey Stringer Institute on Player Safety after Damar Hamlin Emergency

On-site athletic trainers, emergency action plans, and other life-saving resources are needed to keep athletes safe

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Podcast: Addressing Alcohol Addiction

An international collaboration of addiction researchers led by UConn School of Medicine Professor Emeritus Thomas Babor is out with updated findings on the social, cultural, and environmental factors that influence alcoholism

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Protective Bacterial Cultures Offer Promising Path for Antibiotic Resistant Salmonella in Food

UConn researchers tackle a major challenge in food safety - drug-resistant "superbugs"

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Less Space, More Plants: How Retipping Improves Efficiency in Cannabis Cultivation

According to a new study from UConn researchers, the novel "retipping" method yields more high quality cannabis plants in less space

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Q&A: Dr. Pramod Srivastava Explains the Hunt for a Breast Cancer Vaccine

The UConn Health team says they're about two years away from starting a clinical trial for triple negative breast cancer vaccines

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UConn Research 2022: Advancing the Mind, Medicine, Society, and Beyond

In 2022, The UConn Research Enterprise achieved breakthroughs across many disciplines and contributed to important conversations on topics that define the times.

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Science in Seconds: Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids are able to decrease our capacity to process pain in the brain while having less substance use potential than that of opioids

Third Bridge Grant Program Supports Four UConn Startups

The technologies supported by this year's Third Bridge Grant awards include innovations in patenting, mobility, online education, and Lyme disease prevention.

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Joint Symposium Underscores Value of Interdisciplinary Health Research

The event brings together researchers from across UConn's campuses and beyond to explore new approaches to improve human health