School of Engineering

Camping tents

A Self-Cooling Tent that Runs on Just Water and Sunshine

An invention from UConn researcher Al Kasani makes camping in hot weather a breeze.

Devin McNamara ’21 (CLAS), left, and Ryan Gresh ’09 (ENG) pose for a photo in The Feel Good Lab’s office in UConn Farmington’s Technology Incubation Program building

A ‘Feel Good’ Mentoring Success Story, For National Mentoring Month

'I think networking is probably the most valuable skill anybody can really learn'

A small green laser beams off a series of receptors.

Four UConn Researchers Take DoD University Research Equipment Awards

The highly competitive Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) funds cutting-edge research projects with potential to assist national defense

Dr. Laurencin with St. Lucia Prime Minister

Dr. Cato T. Laurencin Meets with St. Lucia Prime Minister to Review Progress of UConn-St. Lucia Cooperation Agreement

This January UConn's Dr. Cato T. Laurencin visited St. Lucia where he bestowed the first struck medal Cato T. Laurencin Regenerative Engineering Founder’s Award to St. Lucia's Prime Minister Philip J. Pierre in honorary recognition of his support of regenerative engineering in the country.

Arpita Kurdekar, an integrated studies Ph.D. candidate in both the School of Fine Arts and the School of Engineering at UConn, poses for a photo among her artwork displayed in her apartment in Storrs

Laying a New Foundation Before Building Up

UConn’s first integrative studies student bridges passion for art, engineering in research and life

From left, SmartBuildings CT program members Andre Jin, Eric Venables, Amy Thompson, Mohammed Albayati and Julia DeOliveira pose for a photo in the Innovation Partnership Building at UConn Tech Park

UConn Professor, Students Help Connecticut Towns Make Smart Energy Choices with SmartBuildings Program

'This is where people at UConn – researchers, professors, and even students – can really help communities'

Lightning strikes over a city at night, illustrating the sudden and dangerous nature of so-called cytokine storms, potentially fatal episodes where inflammation-causing proteins flood the blood.

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.

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.

Rulebreakers Even Among the Bad Guys: Researchers Unravel a Population of ‘Cheating’ Cells in Cancers

The research—unraveling a unique phenomenon— answers several conundrums about cancer, while opening new lines of scientific inquiry

Lina Mendoni (right), the Minister of Culture and Sports in Greece, and Alexandra Papadopoulou (center), the Greek ambassador to the United States, accept miniature busts of the Spartan king Leonidas made from a 3D printer in the Proof of Concept Center within the Innovation Partnership Building

Greek Delegation’s IPB Visit Opens Door for Future Collaboration

Finding a 'gateway' to industry and commerce at the UConn Tech Park