A research team led by Win Watson, professor of zoology in the department of biological sciences, has shown that using ventless traps — those with blocked escape vents — helps biologists improve their understanding of lobster populations, the size range of lobsters on the ocean bottom, and how long it takes for a trap to saturate, or reach its maximum capacity of lobsters.
These data are crucial...
On December 13th, a team of scientists led by Marc Lessard of the UNH Space Science Center launched an instrument-laden, four-stage sounding rocket from Norway's Andøya Space Center to study how particles move in a region near the North Pole where Earth's magnetic field is directly connected to the solar wind.
Funded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the second...
The American chestnut tree has been under attack for a century from a persistent chestnut blight that has killed trees from Georgia to Maine and west to the Ohio River Valley. In a joint project with the American Chestnut Foundation, researchers at the NH Agricultural Experiment Station at UNH are in the early stages of establishing a plantation of potentially blight-resistant American chestnut...
Leaders from across the globe convened in Paris for COP21, the United Nations’ climate summit, where they are worked toward a “strong climate agreement.” UNH experts with a range of perspectives shared their insights and discussed what they hope to see come out of COP21.
Please see Thompson Information Services blog of December 1st below on the University of Florida settlement.
December 1, 2015 – 11:36 pm | By Jerry Ashworth | Post a Comment
This came across our desks recently and serves as a perfect example of what NOT to do as a grant recipient. According to the Department of Justice (DOJ), the University of Florida has agreed to pay almost $19.9...