Stories in Topic: Science

  • 01.24.13 - Linking Water with the Landscape
    How much water does a forest drink? Give Heidi Asbjornsen a tree and a heat ratio sensor and she’ll give you an answer. Heidi Asbjornsen installs heat ratio sensors in sapwood to measure water flow velocity. Photos by Michelle Day, UNH-EOS.
  • 01.24.13 - Boosting Biomedical Research Statewide
    Editor’s note: Supported by a $15.4 million award from the National Institutes of Health, the New Hampshire IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (NH INBRE) aims to increase the state’s research capacity and the scientific knowledge of its workforce. Leading the coalition is Dartmouth, which oversees the awarding of NH INBRE grants and provides technical support and mentoring to partners in the coalition, including UNH. This three-part series profiles UNH faculty and students who are involved in NH INBRE.
  • 01.17.13 - Scientists Develop New Use for Sonar Technology During Deepwater Horizon Spill
    Acoustic backscatter suggesting a small amount of gas is seeping from the wellhead.
  • 01.10.13 - New York City Native is a Natural With Animals
  • 04.19.12 - UNH Student Wins Third Place in Science Competition
    A first-year student at the University of New Hampshire is a top-three United States finisher in an international science competition. Sarah Kremer ’15, an ecology, evolution, and behavior major from Bozrah, Conn., was the third-place undergraduate winner in the U.S. zone of the Alltech Young Scientist competition.