School of Engineering
New UConn Research Project Aims to Eradicate Use of Gas 25,200x More Harmful Than CO2
Working to create an electrical grid free of a potent greenhouse gas
Startup ‘InPrint Bio’ Offers Reconstructive Breakthrough After Breast Surgery
'As scientists, we want to address medical problems with viable solutions that can change people’s lives'
‘No Brain, No Pain’: UConn Researcher Develops Novel Neural Stimulation Protocol for Treating Chronic Pain
With the goal of relieving chronic pain symptoms, Bin Feng has developed a novel method of using electrical stimulation to block pain signals to the brain.
Toxic Algae Blooms Are Getting Worse, but Oversight is Lacking
Currently, algae toxins aren't regulated by the federal Environmental Protection Agency
UConn Professor Receives CT DOT Grant to Study Pedestrian Crosswalk Signal Safety
John Ivan will lead a team investigating how to make pedestrian crossing signals more uniform throughout the state without sacrificing the safety of pedestrians or motorists.
UConn Health Researcher Focuses on Enhanced N95 Mask Protection
A UConn Health researcher has won a federal grant to develop respirator masks that could help mitigate the spread of airborne illnesses like COVID-19
Laurencin is Only US Professor Chosen as Royal Academy Fellow
The UConn researcher is one of only 69 people elected this year from across the globe
Sustainability, Community, and Food – Theory Meets Action for UConn Undergrads
Where 'learning by doing' means baking bread, growing vegetables, and working for justice
Neag School Researcher Receives NSF, Google Grants to Improve Science Education
Todd Campbell has received grants from the NSF and Google to make next-generation science education more justice-oriented and accessible
UConn Researcher Develops Novel Storm Damage Prediction Model
Wei Zhang used GIS and statistical data to construct a novel model of tsunami damage in Fairfield, CT. The model can easily transfer to other storm types and communities.