About the Research Office

OEHS completes campus-wide chemical inventory

The Office of Environmental Health & Safety is pleased to announce the successful completion of yet another chemical inventory verification for the Durham and Manchester campuses. This year OEHS contracted with GeoInsight to oversee the physical aspects of the verification process, as well as updating the information in UNHCEMS.

University Instrumentation Center

The University Instrumentation Center is a University-wide core facility dedicated to the advancement of the research and academic missions of UNH and the surrounding research community. The UIC is open and available to all faculty, staff, and students as well as non-UNH academic entities, government, and industrial customers.

OUR MISSION

Ethical and Responsible Conduct of Research Training

The UNH Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarly Activity (RCR) Committee announces the availability of training in the ethical and responsible conduct of research.   

This training opportunity involves two components:

How to Write an SBIR/STTR Proposal for National Institutes of Health

When: Monday, July 14, 8:30am - 4:00pm & Tuesday, July 15, 8:30am - 12:00pm
Where:
Dartmouth Regional Technical Center, 16 Cavendish Ct, Lebanon, NH 03766
Cost: None; this workshop is funded by the NH Innovation Research Center

Banker

Shawn Banker serves as the Director of the University Instrumentation Center. Shawn holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Whittemore School of Business at the University of New Hampshire.  The early years of his career included designing automation equipment for a variety of industries including automotive, pharmaceuticals, medical, packaging and converting.  The majority of his career was spent working for Velcro USA Inc.

UNHInnovation Launches New Website to Centralize Commercialization of UNH Assets

The University of New Hampshire has launched a new website, http://innovation.unh.edu, as part of an ongoing effort to open its doors to the business community and underscore its active role in technology-based economic development.

Portsmouth Science Cafe: Changing Families, Changing Communities: A Twenty Year Perspective

Hosting Office: New Hampshire EPSCoR

Audience: Faculty, Staff, Students, Community

Join the discussion—from declining blue collar work to wives as bread winners and economic recession—with Mil Duncan and Kristin Smith.

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