One of the elements of my job that I really enjoy is presenting to UNH faculty, staff, and students about technology transfer. What is it? Why do we do it? How do we do it? Over the years, a common reaction to these questions has been:
“Why do I need to care about commercialization?”
“I’m not interested in it, and it’s not right for my work nor for me.”
Rather than being a conversation stopper...
Last week the National Science Foundation (NSF) released a plan to increase public access to publications and digital scientific data resulting from research it funds. The plan is entitled, Today's Data, Tomorrow's Discoveries: Increasing Access to the Results of Research Funded by the National Science Foundation.
NSF explains, “As outlined in section 3.1 of the plan, NSF will require that...
Washington – OSHA has issued a proposed rule that would update personal protective equipment requirements to incorporate the latest American National Standards Institute's eye and face protection standard.
The notice of proposed rulemaking, published in the March 13 Federal Register, would revise OSHA's eye and face protection standards for general industry, shipyard employment, longshoring,...
UNH's Department of Anthropology is pleased to announce the publication of the newest edition of Spectrum: An Undergraduate Journal. The journal is a showcase for some of the research and inquiry that students and faculty engage in each year in the department.
In this fourth issue, students present research articles and book reviews that cover topics in religion and gender, medical anthropology...
UNH botanist Barrett Rock has been selected by the Youth Learning as Citizen Environmental Scientists (YLACES) organization to be the first recipient of its Youth Environmental Science Medal in recognition of his formative work in the development and implementation of inquiry-based, experiential K-12 science education.
Rock, professor emeritus in the Earth Systems Research Center within the...