From the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

The Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering is a private, nonprofit, public-service institution patterned after the National Academy of Sciences. The Academy identifies and studies issues and technological advances that are or should be of concern to the people of Connecticut, and provides unbiased, expert advice on science- and technology-related issues to state government and other Connecticut institutions. It is comprised of distinguished scientists and engineers from Connecticut’s academic, industrial, and institutional communities.



The CASE Bulletin
News from the National Academies, science and engineering notes from around Connecticut, and updates from the Academy.
On Learning & Living STEMM in Connecticut, Professors Christine Broadbridge and Elizabeth Jockusch discuss BioPath, a partnership of UConn and Southern Connecticut State University, bridging the research skills gap for students from underserved and underrepresented populations.
News Release
Student Scientists and Engineers to be honored at 48th CASE Annual Meeting and Dinner