On March 6th, webinar participants will be able to learn more about the program themes and group research component in the 2014 Fulbright Regional Network for Applied Research (NEXUS) Program from NEXUS Lead Scholars, Dr. Daniel M. Kammen from the University of California, Berkley and Dr. Sergio Pacca from the University of São Paulo, This is a rare opportunity for interested applicants to ask any questions they may have about the Fulbright NEXUS program.
RCI recognizes student operator and Junior Computer Science major Dexter Richards for his outstanding work in developing, designing, and testing CanopyApp. Sponsored by Annette Schloss of the UNH Earth Systems Research Center, CanopyApp is a multi-platform app that measures forest canopy cover in photographs taken by users. The application works by masking colors specified by the user and then generating a percentage of canopy cover. Designed for use by foresters, or anyone interested in canopy density, the app serves as a digital substitute for, or supplement to, a hand-held device call
The National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Institute of Educational Sciences, US Dept. of Education (IES/US ED) have released a joint report, Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development (NSF 13-126) and related FAQs ( NSF 13-127).
Technology transfer is like any other field with a host of its own unique terms and acronyms, all designed to confuse and intimidate those not in the know. Confusion is not really the intention, but it's the look I often receive when one of these terms slips into a conversation. Particularly when speaking with people outside UNHInnovation (UNHI), the conversation is frequently interrupted by a request for clarification. In an effort to bridge this gap and get everyone on the same page, we’ll start small and over the course of several blogs begin to create a glossary for some of the diffe
Before beginning my internship with UNH Innovation (formerly the Office for Research Partnerships and Commercialization), I didn’t really have a good understanding of how business and other entities managed and leveraged their intellectual property. I did realize however, that if I wanted to find a position in house at a company after I graduated I would need to learn. This is where the internship came in. Because of the unique environment that the ORPC operates in, I have been able to gain experience in a variety of areas that I likely would not have been able to find anywhere else.
The final discussion for the fall semester in UNH Cooperative Extension's Issues & Ice Cream series will be held on December 11, 12:30 - 2:00 p.m., in MUB Rooms 338-34. The topic: Keeping New Hampshire’s Forests Healthy. Ice cream will be served.
In 2010, Sherry Palmer, a UNH staff member, completed the current iteration of a Research Poster Tutorial, Creating a Large Format Poster to Present Your Research. Just recently, I was able to find a way to share this detailed and extremely helpful tool with all of UNH in a secure downloadable manner on Blackboard.