Research Area: Agriculture & Biosciences

Hubbard Center for Genome Studies (HCGS)

Conducts research in comparative and environmental genomics, linking genomics to organisms and the environment; provides technical assistance and services in high-throughput DNA sequencing, fragment analysis, and analysis of gene expression

Glycomics Center

Comprehensive research and development center specialized in structural glycomics, focusing on the systematic investigation of the glycan structures and functions of cells and organisms

Center to Advance Molecular Interaction Science (CAMIS)

Develops new tools and techniques to characaterize and control the interaction of biological molecules - knowledge that is essential to biomedical and biomaterials research

Center for Xenon Imaging

Investigates the properties and utility of hyperpolarized xenon, particularly as a contrast agent in magnetic resonance imaging

Center for Molecular and Comparative Endocrinology (CME)

Conducts systems endocrinology and physiology research in the areas of environmental endocrinology, reproductive biology, and the evolution and regulation of physiological phenomena

Center for Freshwater Biology (CFB)

Promotes training, research and outreach activities in freshwater systems in NH, regionally and globally

Biomolecular Interaction Technologies Center (BITC)

Provides advanced methods for analysis of biomolecular interactions and facilitates transfer of technologies via training, consultation and collaboration between academic and industrial researchers

Agriculture & Biosciences

Agriculture and biosciences research at UNH encompasses the study of living things from the large scale of farms, forests, lakes and fields to the microscopic scale of the processes in cells that make life possible. Much of the study focuses on the ecosystems that define New Hampshire – forests, watersheds, estuaries and the coastal ocean. Investigations in areas of genetics, physiology and microbiology are leading to a better understanding of how body cells and microorganism respond to their environments.

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UNH Research Areas

UNH research has had a notably positive impact on the community across a broad range of research areas, due to the efforts of faculty, students, and staff working in the colleges and focused research centers and institutes.

To learn more, explore each of the areas below, read SPARK, the UNH 2015 Research Review, or take a look at UNH Research, a digest of UNH research that made the news.


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