The new Advanced Robotics Manufacturing Innovation Hub will include UConn and Connecticut companies as partners.
Dr. G. Michael Howard, 81, professor emeritus of chemical engineering passed away on December 21, 2016.
A UConn researcher has developed a new shape memory material that can help send unmanned probes to distant star systems.
Engineering Alumnus Satoshi Oishi was forced into an internment camp as a teen during World War II, and later excelled at UConn.
UConn has partnered with Dell EMC and Intel to create a high performance computing cluster that students and faculty can use in their research. With t. . .
As the dog days of summer blend into the start of another school year at the University of Connecticut, one student will have quite the story to tell . . .
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BME Seminar: “Technobiology Paradigm Shift in Nanomedicine” Presented by: Dr. Sakhrat Khizroev
Jan 20, 2017
MSE Seminar by Dr. Hillary Huttenhower
Feb 3, 2017
MSE Seminar by Dr. Edward Garboczi
Feb 17, 2017
MSE Seminar by Dr. Susan Sinnott
Feb 24, 2017
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