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a black hole eating a dying star

Feeding Frenzy

A giant black hole ripped apart a nearby star and then continued to feed off its remains for close to a decade, according to research led by UNH. This black hole meal is more than 10 times longer than any other previous episode of a star’s death. “We have witnessed a star’s spectacular and... Read More
Kate Haslett in UNH lab
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... Read More
Yaning Li, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at UNH
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... Read More
UNH CEPS professor Harish Vashisth
CEPS assistant professor Harish Vashisth has been awarded access to world’s fastest supercomputer for biomolecular simulations. Read More

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