Press coverage about the publication and its implications: STAT, UConn Today, Youtube video and more!
One squid has a unique solution to keep her eggs healthy, according to new research in the Nyholm lab—bacteria and jelly. Click to read more!
An international team of scientists including UConn genomicist Rachel O’Neill have sequenced the first full koala genome! Click here for full UConn Today article.
Governor Malloy was enthusiastic about the new Engineering & Science Building and the prospects for its role in the training of new scientists and engineers as well as for its configuration as a cutting edge research facility. The photo shows him speaking at the ribbon cutting for the new building: As part of the Institute […]
The Alice C. Evans award, presented at the ASM Microbe meeting, is named after ASM’s first female president. Dr. Teschke was featured in a special reception at the ASM Microbe meeting and recognized as an outstanding mentor to women in science.
“The remarkable multivalency of the Hsp70 chaperones” by Zuiderweg et al., which appeared in Cell Stress & Chaperones Volume 22, number 2, has been selected by Springer Nature for inclusion in their 2018 Change the World Initiative.
Welcome and Congratulations to the 2018-19 GO:MCB Exec board! We look forward to working with you!
Alyssa Mathiowetz, a University Scholar and American Heart Association Undergraduate Fellow, was named the Outstanding Senior in MCB at the 2018 Commencement. Read about some of her work here: