Two UNH researchers at the Shoals Marine Laboratory

What Taking Care of Terns Tells Us

Each summer, on a small island just off New Hampshire's coast, researchers from the Shoals Marine Laboratory work to save and protect threatened and endangered seabirds called terns. Terns experience more of the globe in their... Read More
Biaxial tester, used in advanced manufacturing
UNH will launch a pilot project in collaboration with New Hampshire’s community colleges and advanced manufacturing partners to address the workforce... Read More
Jacob Withee, bee whisperer
While a graduate student in zoology at UNH, Jacob Withee '16G studied the effects of aggression on the social behavior of Ceratina calcurata,... Read More

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