Research conducted by University of New Hampshire faculty, students and staff transforms lives and inspires innovation.
SPARK 2017 — UNH’s annual research review — highlights stories that leave the labs behind and take you to the farms, libraries, galleries and even courtrooms where innovation thrives.
“We thought that mushrooms could be a valuable indicator of responses of lawns to carbon dioxide levels in ecosystems because they feed on the dead grass and debris, or carbon, that lawns or other plants put into the ground,” says Erik Hobbie research professor of terrestrial ecology in UNH’s Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS). “Since it is challenging to measure blades of...
Wild bees are the engine on which the world runs — as pollinators, they keep crops growing and make ecosystems function. But bees are not doing well, according to Sandra Rehan, assistant professor of biology and director of the Bee Lab at UNH. “In general, they are declining locally, nationally, and worldwide, and we do not have sufficient data to protect the remaining species and populations at...
Effective April 24th 2017, NSF will require use of a standard template spreadsheet for identifying COA information for all proposals submitted through FastLane.
The spreadsheet is fillable, but the content and format requirements must not be altered by the user.
The template has been tested in Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, and LibreOffice.
This spreadsheet must be saved in .xlsx or .xls...