The German language and engineering program is now serving as a model for new language-based, dual-major programs.
A UConn engineering professor has uncovered new information about how particles behave in the bloodstream, an important advance that could help pharmaceutical scientists develop more effective cancer drugs.
A group of eighth grade girls recently came to UConn to explore STEM career at the Multiply Your Options conference.
UConn researchers and leaders met with autonomous vehicle experts and highway specialists to discuss the future of driverless automobiles.
UConn engineering students 3D printed customized chocolates for their senior design project. The printer and their creations will be on display in Gam. . .
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UConn professor Anson Ma and his research team were able to observe and measure how particles of different sizes behave in the bloodstream. Their find. . .
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