The UNH Office of Environmental Health and Safety, with support from Research Integrity Services, Contracts & Export Controls Office, and UNHInnovation, is pleased to make available a new tool for UNH researchers.
The UNH Research Support Matrix for Compliance and Safety is a tool to help researchers at UNH identify the support units responsible for assisting with program compliance for research conducted in all academic endeavors.
This October the UNH Research Computing Center hosted the third annual UNHCEMS® Users’ Meeting for site administrators and Environmental Health & Safety professionals. UNHCEMS® is an online barcode-based system that records and manages information about the quantity, location, and properties of chemical stock, biological agents, radioactive materials, and hazardous waste across an entire campus. More than 25 colleges, universities and corporations subscribe to UNHCEMS® for simplified chemical inventory management and reporting.
UNH is accomplishing tremendous work in the area of assistive technology. To build on this, the first UNH Assistive Technology Summit will be held on September 23, 2016 from 9 am – 3pm in the UNHInnovation Training Room 148, Madbury Commons (directions below). Lunch and refreshments will be provided.