About the Research Office

Tips for Success in the DOE ARPA-E OPEN 2015 Competition

The DOE ARPA-E OPEN 2015 program will support projects that will pursue novel approaches to energy innovation and support the development of potentially disruptive new technologies across the full spectrum of energy applications.  The deadline to submit a Notice of Intent for OPEN 2015 is 5 p.m. ET on February 20, 2015, with a 4-page concept paper due on February 27.

Catalyst Seminar: Developing Your Workforce

Featuring: Mike Alberts, Director of Global Organizational Development for the Lisbon, NH-based company New England Wire Technologies and Michael Power, Community Outreach Administrator for the Office of Workforce Opportunity (OWO), NH Department of Resources and Economic Development

University Instrumentation Center 3D Workshop: Day 2

Discovering the 3D World with Scanning Electron Microscopy from Centimeters to Nanometers 

The University Instrumentation Center (UIC) at the University of New Hampshire will host a free workshop demonstrating the use of its Tescan Lyra scanning electron microscope 3D capabilities on January 7 and 8, 2015 in Parsons Hall at the University of New Hampshire, Durham.

The workshop will:

University Instrumentation Center 3D Workshop: Day 1

Discovering the 3D World with Scanning Electron Microscopy from Centimeters to Nanometers 

The University Instrumentation Center (UIC) at the University of New Hampshire will host a free workshop demonstrating the use of its Tescan Lyra scanning electron microscope 3D capabilities on January 7 and 8, 2015 in Parsons Hall at the University of New Hampshire, Durham.

HIPAA Happenings

Training Module:  A new online training module is now available on the UNH Research Office’s HIPAA page.  (Many thanks to Ben Powers in Research Computing for his patient and cheerful assistance!)  The online training module provides a general overview of the HIPAA regulations, and is designed to assist faculty, staff and students with acquiring a basic level of understanding of HIPAA.  The module takes approximately 30 minutes, and includes a brief series of quiz questions.  Individuals who certify their

New X-Ray Protection Program Approved

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) is committed to an X-Ray Protection Program (XPP) of the highest quality and to full and complete compliance with all relevant requirements in the State of New Hampshire Rules For The Control Of Radiation.  As part of this commitment, the UNH Radiation Safety Committee recently approved an XPP for the campus.

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