The World Medical Association’s Declaration of Helsinki sets forth principles for the ethical conduct of biomedical research by physicians involving human subjects around the globe. It was originally adopted in 1964 and has been updated periodically, most recently in October 2013.
The Defense Threat Reducation Agency (DTRA)'s Chemical and Biological Technoligies Department will host a series of webinars on February 6, 2014 for university researchers, educators, and students to learn about research and training opportunites through the DTRA CB and beyond.
New Hampshire ranks 22nd in total federal dollars awarded to small companies that have early-stage and high risk technologies with high potential for commercialization. Through the federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, New Hampshire companies have received over $425M since the program’s inception. To increase the financing of New Hampshire’s entrepreneurial initiatives, NH Inspires Innovation will offer a series of SBIR/STTR workshops around the state.
David Kaye’s work is far from limited to the “traditional” realm of performance art and the humanities. Read more about his work with telematic performance and applied theater in this Research Profile.
What do ocean currents, sea lions, and Twitter data have in common? “Patterns,” replies Colin Ware, a professor of computer science and Director of the Data Visualization Research Lab, a part of the Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping at the University of New Hampshire.
Read more about Ware's work to provide tools for understanding data in this Research Profile.
Alison Watts, research assistant professor in civil engineering, does research on water-related issues on the local, state, and national scale. It's all motivated by her belief that we must balance the needs and tradeoffs of today with a future that can continue to support the human and natural systems that we value.
Tom Paine, assistant professor of English, has been asked to serve as an editor on the board of the Pushcart Prize. The Pushcart Prize is an American literary prize that honors the best "poetry, short fiction, or essays" published in the small presses over the previous year. Along with the Best American Short Stories and the O. Henry Award, it is one of the most prestigious award anthologies for short fiction in the country.