Healthy soil is rich in organic matter, but scientists have yet to fully understand exactly how that organic matter is formed. Now a team of UNH scientists have uncovered evidence that microbial pathways—not plants—are the chief originator of the organic matter found in stable soil carbon pools. The new insight provides promise for designing agricultural systems that promote microbial communities...
Some of the weather instruments aboard the new National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather satellite that was launched on November 19 were developed by researchers at the UNH’s Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS).
The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R) will provide National Weather Service forecasters the meteorological...
With two new National Science Foundation grants, UNH researchers are exploring how sponges, the less charismatic but essential reef neighbors of corals, contribute to overall coral reef health.
Lead researcher Michael Lesser, a research professor in the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Biomedical Sciences, and colleagues from UNH hope to shed new light on sponges from the Caribbean,...
Alynna Lyon, associate professor of political science, has authored two books about the United Nations. Lyon's research focuses on conflict mobilization, international organizations, peacekeeping and American foreign policy, and she is faculty advisor for the UNH Model United Nations program.
US Politics and the United Nations: A Tale of Dysfunctional Dynamics (Lynne Rienner Publishers)...
The UNH Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects in Research (IRB) has set its Spring 2017 meeting schedule, available at http://www.unh.edu/research/irb-meeting-schedule.
Please contact Julie Simpson (603/862-2003) or Theresa Cherouvis (603/862-3536) in Research Integrity Services with questions or visit http://www.unh.edu/research/human-subjects.