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  • UNH cyclists in the wind tunnel

    The Science of Cycling

    Can drafting techniques be improved for better energy savings? UNH undergraduates are investigating.
  • Headshot of mechanical engineering professor Marko Knezevic

    Marko Knezevic Snags CAREER Award

    Scanning electron microscope image of a fractured magnesium alloy 
  • UNH Junior Named a "New Face" in Engineering

    UNH Junior Named a "New Face" in Engineering

    “UNH has challenged and pushed me to be my best in all areas of my life," says Kate Haslett '18.
  • Kate Haslett in UNH lab

    UNH Junior Named to ASCE's "New Faces of Engineering"

    Katie Haslett '18 has been named to the American Society of Civil Engineers' 2017 class of New Faces of Civil Engineering, which highlights the next generation of leaders in the profession.
  • Yaning Li, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at UNH

    Get Smart

    UNH researchers have shown for the first time that rotating cells in chiral cellular solids, a foam-like substance, could lead to the creation of a new smart material.
  • UNH CEPS professor Harish Vashisth

    A Year in One Day

    CEPS assistant professor Harish Vashisth has been awarded access to world’s fastest supercomputer for biomolecular simulations.
  • UNH student Sean Kramer

    Secure in His Pursuits

    Sean Kramer ’17 excelled at a global security competition.
  • Students moving into dorms

    A Snapshot of Fall at UNH

    University Day and Homecoming helped usher in the fall semester. Here’s a look at just some of what went on around campus.
  • Farm of the Future

    Farm of the Future

    What if something that began as an undergraduate project in the labs and greenhouses of UNH was actually a viable, real-world solution for some of the millions of people who experience food...
  • CEPS professors Jean Benoit and Joel Johnson

    Excellence in Research

    Two CEPS faculty members have received recognition from the Geological Society of America.
  • UNH student Abby Koczera ‘17 at Apple

    A Summer at Apple

    On the day Apple revealed its latest products, Abby Koczera ‘17 might have been feeling a bit nostalgic about her summer despite being in the midst of a busy fall semester.
  • Christine Caputo, an assistant professor in chemistry and Gonghu Li, an associate professor in chemistry and materials science

    Faculty Receive Grants

    Three College of Engineering and Physical Sciences professors have receieved nearly $1 million in awards from the U.S. Department of Energy.
  • Matt Griswold '18 at the UNH Makerspace

    Making Space for Innovation

    Looking back, Matt Griswold '18 admits to knowing that his desire to bring a student makerspace to the University of New Hampshire would be a tall task.
  • Brad Kinsey, UNH professor of mechanical engineering

    Brad Kinsey Named 2016 Society of Manufacturing Engineers Fellow

    Brad Kinsey has been elected as a Society of Manufacturing Engineers Fellow for his demonstrated impact on the manufacturing profession.
  • Ghanaian children cheering

    Global Impact

    Two years ago, five UNH students had a vision to deliver a reliable and sustainable energy system to a community in need.
  • UNH grad tim Roemer '13 and KUA's Girls in Engineering

    Sowing Seeds of STEM Success

    ETim Roemer ’13 (center), who graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering, spent a week back at UNH running his Girls in Engineering program, which included KUA students Coreen Carley, Caitlin...
  • ceps students receive department of defense
  • UNH professors who have received CAREER grants

    CAREER Success

    Three UNH faculty members have received prestigious National Science Foundation awards to support work that aims to understand turbulent flows, flexible biomolecules and a unique category of...
  • Yaning Li
  • Harish Vashisth

    Simulating Biomolecules

    Although it could one day lead to advances in drugs that treat HIV, Harish Vashisth’s research is far more likely to use supercomputers than the pipettes or microscopes more commonly associated with...
  • Mathematician John Gibson

    Tackling Turbulence

    Assistant professor of mathematics John Gibson, recipient of a NSF CAREER award.
  • UNH students work with children in Costa Rica

    Engineering an Oasis

    Four engineering seniors recently laid the groundwork for a sustainable aquaponics system expected to produce fresh vegetables and fish for a community in Costa Rica, and Project Oasis members...
  • UNH students have helped bring sustainable energfy to a community in Ghana

    Harnessing the Sun

    Two years ago, five UNH students had a vision to deliver a reliable and sustainable energy system to a community in need. In January, that vision became a reality when the Takumi Community School in...
  • UNH engineering students in Berlin, NH

    A Festival of STEM

    It’s not often hundreds of students and dozens of teachers willingly choose to attend school on a weekend. But that was the case on a sunny September Saturday when hundreds descended on North Country...
  • Karen Jin and Brianna Smith lead students through a robotics activity

    Filling the STEM Pipeline

    Three sessions of UNH Tech Camp provided the opportunity to build and
  • UNH engineering student and president of the UNH chapter of the National Society for Black Engineers Siddharth Nigam at Greenland Central School

    Spreading Their Passion for STEM

      The UNH chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers is on a mission to, among other ideals, promote its members’ involvement in the community. So when the nearby Greenland Central School...
  • UNH professor Kevin Short

    Mathematics Professor Kevin Short Inducted as National Academy of Inventors Fellow

    Academic research leading to innovation with tangible health, economic or other quality of life benefits is seen as an ideal model for the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences.
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