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Middle School Girls Multiply Their Options
A group of eighth grade girls recently came to UConn to explore STEM career at the Multiply Your Options conference. . . .
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Autonomous Vehicle Summit Brings UConn Officials, Experts Together
UConn researchers and leaders met with autonomous vehicle experts and highway specialists to discuss the future of driverless automobiles.. . .
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New Engineering and Science Building Nearing Completion
When UConn's new Engineering and Science Building opens this fall, it will provide room for some of the university's fastest growing research fiel. . .
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Alumni News
Stay up to date with UConn Engineering updates from around the country.. . .
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HackUConn 2017 Participants Create Allergy Solutions
More than 80 UConn Students came together at the hackathon to address problems associated with allergies and anaphylaxis. . . .
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Eurotech Prepares to Celebrate Twenty-Five Years, Expands to Other Languages
The Eurotech Program, which provides a degree in engineering and German, is preparing to expand to other cultures.. . .
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UConn Joins Hunt for New Materials
UConn researcher Rampi Ramprasad is working to identify new polymers as part of a new Toyota Research Institute $35 million initiative.. . .
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Taking the Wheel: The Rise of Self-Driving Cars
A UConn transportation safety engineer discusses the brave new world of driverless vehicles.. . .
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New UConn Startup Creates Faster, Cheaper Blood Test
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.. . .
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Accounting for Extreme Rainfall
A UConn scientist has confirmed that more intense rainstorms will likely continue as temperatures rise.. . .
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From Forest Labs to Rare Diseases: Philanthropic Grants Boost UConn's Research Partnerships with Industries
Industry partnerships are funding researchers and grad students while leveraging UConn's research capabilities like never before.. . .
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Message To the Future: Items Needed for the Engineering Time Capsule
We're putting a time capsule in a garden outside the new Engineering & Science Building and we're looking for a few specific items.. . .
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UConn Society of Women Engineers Hosts Regional Conference

UConn Receives NSF Grant to Advance Soft Material Additive Manufacturing, Explores Partnerships

UConn Receives NSF Award to Improve Power Grid Technology

For Caitlin Oswald '09, it is Rocket Science

Engineering Senior Named Intern of the Year by the American Society for Engineering Education

To Speed Human Limb Growth UConn Joins Biomanufacturing Consortium

UConn Civil Engineering Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need Video

Engineering Grad Students Working To Improve Bridge Monitoring

MSE Seminar by Dr. Xiaoyuan (Shawn) Chen
Apr 21, 2017
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UConn Engineering Centennial Time Capsule Burial Ceremony
Apr 27, 2017
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Senior Design Demonstration Day Events
Apr 28, 2017
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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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