A UConn transportation safety engineer discusses the brave new world of driverless vehicles.
A UConn startup could make the process of testing blood much more efficient with a handheld device that can give results in a matter of moments.
A UConn scientist has confirmed that more intense rainstorms will likely continue as temperatures rise, despite observations that suggest otherwise.
Industry partnerships are funding researchers and grad students while leveraging UConnâ€™s research capabilities like never before.
The Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need, or GAANN program, provides fellowships to assist graduate students with excellent academic records . . .
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 . . .
Belonging to UConn Nation means pursuing your passions through academics, research, service, clubs, athletics, and so much more. Being a Husky is bein. . .
BME Seminar with Dr. Kara L. Spiller
Mar 24, 2017
BME Seminar with faculty candidate, Dr. Qiushi Fu
Mar 27, 2017
BME Seminar with faculty candidate, Dr. Christopher Passaglia
Mar 29, 2017
MSE Seminar by Dr. Xiaoyuan (Shawn) Chen
Apr 21, 2017
BME Seminar: “Evaluating Lower Extremity Gait Pattern and Muscle Function Analysis: Deconstructing the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Mechanism” by Dr. Kristin Morgan
Sept 16, 2017
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