View our astonishing images of some of the mini element collections being housed in a new Chemistry Building periodic table display.
Chemistry Ph.D. student Lamya Tabassum’s prize-winning photo of copper sulfide nannoarrays was a happy accident.
Talitha Washington ’98 MS, ’01 Ph.D. is turning tables on the data science that has worked against Black and Brown people — by creating science and math pathways for students of color.
Next fall, prospective and existing UConn students will be able to declare majors in robotics engineering and UConn will become only the second research-intensive university in the U.S. to offer the specific major.
After nine months of Covid-19 quarantine and endless online meetings, Fumiko Hoeft has webinars on the brain.
Kumar Venkitanarayanan wants to feed the world — with chickens raised without antibiotics. His chance for success increased this August when the USDA awarded his project $10 million.
Long before a new institute at UConn bore their name, Donna Samson ’84 (SFA) and John Krenicki ’84 (ENG) were juniors living in McMahon Hall.
Farmers and gardeners bring, mail, and post samples of their sick plants to Beissinger who often drills down to a cellular level to make a diagnosis.
Why a pair of UConn Health researchers sent their mice into space.
Ever wondered what your high school teachers think of you now? We asked Berk’s.
Why you might want a rifle to plant pine trees
Watch UConn’s new robotic milkers in action
How to win your NFL pool, thwart a terrorist, maximize your delivery routes and find the perfect kidney match
On the job with Joe Ross ’04 (CLAS)
Engineering the improbable
Why we love Marine Biology 3014
The popular UConn Science Salon series traded cocktails and conversation for kid-focused experimentation at its first Science Salon Junior.
The road to the UConn Dairy Bar is the perfect place for a tribute to Jerry Yang and Amy, the first cloned farm animal in the U.S.
What’s the best part of being a member of UConn’s Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (FSAE)? For many it’s a day in mid-July.
Story from UConn Today In Development A UConn Engineer is Helping Nasa Get to Alpha Centauri — and Beyond Exploring beyond our solar system requires traveling enormous distances. The nearest star system to ours — Alpha Centauri — is 4.37 light years away, or 25 trillion miles; and distant star systems will take hundreds or […]