2014

Wicked Cool Research: Linguistics Major Explores the Use of the Popular New England Term

According to the Urban Dictionary, Boston is the place where use of the word ‘wicked’ as an adverb was born. Fascinated with words and the way their use and implication can vary, Emma Brown decided to make ‘wicked’ the subject of her research project for UNH’s 2014 Undergraduate Research Conference.

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UNH Research Shows that Lakes in New England and the Adirondack Mountains are Recovering Rapidly from the Effects of Acid Rain

"Our data clearly demonstrate that cleaning up air pollution continues to have the desired effect of improving water quality for our region’s lakes,” said William McDowell, professor of environmental science and director of the NH Water Resources Research Center.  Policy makers have been working for more than 40 years to reduce acid rain, a serious environmental problem that can devastate lakes, streams, forests, and the plants and animals that live in these ecosystems.

UNH Resesarchers Study Key Enzyme Related to Vision

Rick Cote, professor of molecular, cellular, and biomedical sciences, and his colleagues study the enzyme phosphodiesterase (PDE), the central enzyme in the photoreceptor cells (rods and cones) in the eye that transform light into images.

Bee ‘Hotel’ at UNH is Part of a New Research Project to Assess NH Bee Population

Sandra Rehan, assistant professor of biological sciences, UNH Cooperative Extension specialist Cathy Neal, and Woodman Farm staff have constructed a bee "hotel" at UNH's  Woodman Farm as part of a new research project that will assess for the diversity of New Hampshire’s bee population for the first time. The launch of the research project comes just in time for National Pollinator Week June 16-24, 2014, which highlights the urgent issue of declining pollinator populations.

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How Sea Squirts are Threatening the North Atlantic

Kathleen Shannon of WCSH-TV (Portland, Maine) talked with Jenn Dijkstra, affiliate assistant professor in the UNH Center for Coastal & Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center, and Wendy Lull of the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, New Hampshire about sea squirts, a particularly harmful invasive species threatening the habitats of the North Atlantic Ocean.   Watch the video at: http://www.wcsh6.com/story/news/local/207/2014/06/18/sea-squirts-invasive-species/10770703/.

Summer Analytics Institute at UNH

We’re nearing the end of the 2014 Summer Analytics Institute at UNH.  This year’s participants are juniors, seniors, or degree holders who are interested in using analytics to support their career goals.

What is analytics?  According to the website for the Analytics Institute, “Analytics seeks to find patterns across broad sources of data and bring them to bear on the problems of industry and populations”.

Register by June 12 for NH EPSCoR Development Meeting on June 18

A meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 18, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord to begin the process of developing New Hampshire’s next NSF EPSCoR academic research infrastructure proposal. 

Welcoming Cassie Simmons and Andrew Schmid to UNHI!

UNHInnovation (UNHI) has worked with the UNH School of Law since 2010 to bring law school student interns into our office to gain technology transfer experience within a higher education setting.

This year, we are very pleased to welcome Cassie Simmons and Andrew Schmid to the office. Andrew and Cassie started on June 2, 2014 and will work with us over the course of the next year. Both interns have just completed their 1L year (first year of law school).

October 2014 Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarly Activity Training

Understanding The Right of Publicity

What is the Right of Publicity?

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