Research conducted by University of New Hampshire faculty, students and staff transforms lives and inspires innovation.
SPARK 2017 — UNH’s annual research review — highlights stories that leave the labs behind and take you to the farms, libraries, galleries and even courtrooms where innovation thrives.
Effective April 24th 2017, NSF will require use of a standard template spreadsheet for identifying COA information for all proposals submitted through FastLane.
The spreadsheet is fillable, but the content and format requirements must not be altered by the user.
The template has been tested in Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, and LibreOffice.
This spreadsheet must be saved in .xlsx or .xls...
Led by Erin Bell, engineers at UNH are raising the bar on what 21st century infrastructure systems can do. With support from the National Science Foundation, they’re outfitting the Memorial Bridge, which links Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to Kittery, Maine, with sensors to monitor everything from structural stability to traffic to environmental health. It will even be powered by...
To assist awardees in interpreting the NSF Public Access Policy and the requirements outlined in the Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG), NSF has released an updated version of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Public Access (NSF 17-060).
The National Science Foundation has developed a plan outlining a framework for activities to increase public access to scientific...
Yaning Li, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, and colleagues have shown for the first time that rotating cells in chiral cellular solids, a foam-like substance, could lead to the creation of a new smart material. Manipulating the solids by increasing the cell size could lead to safer and lighter weight foam protection in helmets, packaging and armor and may have biomedical...