To increase the pool of un-conflicted reviewers, NASA is seeking subject matter experts to serve as mail-in reviewers of proposals and/or in-person reviewers to engage in discussions at a face-to-face panel meeting.
New researchers (including post doctoral fellows) are welcome to apply as they provide fresh insight from people close to the most current research.
The Data Management Toolkit @ UNH provides information to help researchers develop data management plans and effectively manage their research data. It includes tips and advice on topics such as data management best practices, data management planning, UNH policy on research data, and sharing and archiving data.
UNH is preparing to go live with its much-anticipated Science DMZ. The Science DMZ, called ScienceNet, will support high performance science applications by enabling high-speed transfers of large data sets using a “friction free” network path, a dedicated high-performance Data Transfer Node (DTN), and a performance measurement/test node.
Hazardous and toxic chemicals have been featured in news reports lately. In one case, a veteran chemistry teacher experienced an explosion during a demonstration in the laboratory. Another case, which was the result of a prank, sent several students to the hospital from exposure to an unknown chemical.