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Research at the University of New Hampshire seeks to understand and improve the world around us, with high-impact results that transform lives, solve global challenges and drive economic growth. Our research excellence reaches from the depths of our oceans to the edge of our solar system and the Earth and environment in which we all thrive. UNH’s research portfolio includes partnerships with NOAA, NASA, NSF and NIH, bringing in more than $100 million in competitive external funding each year.


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Top 3
UNIVERSITIES IN SPACE PLASMA PHYSICS

 

Ranked 2nd
in North America for Ecology Research

 

20+
NASA SATELLITES WITH UNH INSTRUMENTS

 

Top 20%
NATIONWIDE IN RESEARCH FUNDING

 

1850
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS IN 2016

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FInd the policies, training, instructions and tools you need to support the business requirements for your research.

Knowledge Base
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If you’re interested in UNH's technology, equipment, or expertise then our team can help strategically match you to the right UNH resource.

Commercialization & Innovation
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State-of-the-art facilities and campus resources to conduct your research.

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Flip through the most recent issue of SPARK, UNH's annual research review.

SPARK 2018

 

  • Researchers and engineers from the University of New Hampshire's Space Science Center (SSC) have been selected to be a part of a science mission by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to sample, analyze, and map particles streaming to Earth from the edges of interstellar space.
    Researchers and engineers from the University of New Hampshire's Space Science Center (SSC) have been selected to be a part of a science mission by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to sample, analyze, and map particles streaming to Earth from the edges of interstellar space.
  • Video insights into some of UNH's most investigatory minds
    From the uncharted ocean depths to the edge of our solar system and the Earth we call home, from understanding our changing climate to protecting our most vulnerable populations, UNH researchers produce knowledge that transforms lives, solves global challenges and drives economic growth. Watch to...
    Video insights into some of UNH's most investigatory minds
    From the uncharted ocean depths to the edge of our solar system and the Earth we call home, from understanding our changing climate to protecting our most vulnerable populations, UNH researchers produce knowledge that transforms lives, solves global challenges and drives economic growth. Watch to...
  • UNH historian publishes book about the death and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
    In "THE HEAVENS MIGHT CRACK: The Death and Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.”, Jason Sokol, Arthur K. Whitcomb Associate Professor of History at UNH, gives context to how Americans and others around the world, grappled with King’s death in the days, weeks and months afterwards. He reveals how the...
    UNH historian publishes book about the death and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
    In "THE HEAVENS MIGHT CRACK: The Death and Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.”, Jason Sokol, Arthur K. Whitcomb Associate Professor of History at UNH, gives context to how Americans and others around the world, grappled with King’s death in the days, weeks and months afterwards. He reveals how the...
  • UNH research finds flooding on coastal roads has increased 90 percent
    New research from UNH confirms something anyone in Hampton, N.H., or Scituate, Mass., or along the Jersey Shore has experienced first-hand: High tide floods, or so-called “nuisance flooding,” are occurring far more frequently than ever before. In fact, this flooding along shore roadways during...
    UNH research finds flooding on coastal roads has increased 90 percent
    New research from UNH confirms something anyone in Hampton, N.H., or Scituate, Mass., or along the Jersey Shore has experienced first-hand: High tide floods, or so-called “nuisance flooding,” are occurring far more frequently than ever before. In fact, this flooding along shore roadways during...
  • Center brings together disciplines to advance solutions for human health and well-being
    Jeffrey Halpern, an assistant professor of chemical engineering at UNH, is working to address a prevalent mental health challenge: major depressive disorder (MDD), which frequently goes unrecognized and undiagnosed in the 16.1 million Americans who suffer from it. But the path from the lab to the...
    Center brings together disciplines to advance solutions for human health and well-being
    Jeffrey Halpern, an assistant professor of chemical engineering at UNH, is working to address a prevalent mental health challenge: major depressive disorder (MDD), which frequently goes unrecognized and undiagnosed in the 16.1 million Americans who suffer from it. But the path from the lab to the...

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