The UNH Research Computing Center is expanding! Space on the second floor of Morse Hall that was previously a lab is in the process of being renovated into office space.
Morse 212/213 will be the home of the RCC Director's Office. RCC's director, business manager, and program manager will have offices there. The suite will also contain meeting space.
Morse 219 will remain home to the RCC...
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.
When mechanical engineering students and UNH Cycling Team Co-Captains Adam Lovell ’17 and Alec Cunningham ’17 decided to explore the dynamics of drafting — riding directly behind another cyclist to save energy — during crosswinds, they needed a place to conduct full-scale testing. Lucky for them, UNH's Flow Physics Facility — the largest boundary layer wind tunnel in the world — happens to be one...
“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...