On May 1st, John Wilderman was presented with the Unsung Heroes Award by the UNH Chemistry Department. John works closely with the Chemistry Department on instrument and building infrastructure issues. Most recently, the process chilled water system within Parsons Hall required a detailed analysis in order to resolve pressure issues. John provided key information that enabled the reconfiguration...
A number of corrections and clarifications have been made to the ROSES-15 Summary of Solicitation.
In response to comments from proposing organizations, the ROSES-2015 Summary of Solicitation has been modified in a few ways.
Award dollar values are no longer required for the current and pending support section.
The rules have been clarified on the order of components of the Scientific/...
Sandra Rehan, assistant professor of biology, will give a talk, The Secret Life of Native Bees, at 11:45 am on May 8 as part of TEDxPiscataquaRiver 2015.
Find out how to attend (live streaming or anytime) here: http://tedxpiscataquariver.com/attend.
Sandra Rehan is assistant professor of genome enabled biology in the faculty of neuroscience and behavior and department of biological...
Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in academic research laboratories say that they witness and experience fewer accidents and injuries when the lab's lead faculty member or supervisor is actively engaged in safety programs, according to a UCLA study.
Compliance with requirements for wearing lab coats, eye protection and other personal protective equipment also correlates strongly with...
The University of Southern Maine’s Office of Research Integrity and Outreach (ORIO) is holding its 2015 Research Integrity Symposium on Friday, May 22 in Freeport, Maine.
The 2015 Research Integrity Symposium will provide attendees an opportunity to examine current topics in the field of research and to network with professionals from:
Institutional Review Boards
Institutional Animal Care and...