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Desert mouse

Hotter, Drier and Adapted

Researchers at the University of New Hampshire found that to live in hotter more desert-like surroundings, and exist without water, there is more than one genetic mechanism allowing animals to adapt. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Create Your Own Story: Rachel Avery '20
    - Create Your Own Story: Rachel Avery '20
    Recent UNH Manchester graduate Rachel Avery '20 earned one of this year's Create Your Own Story awards, which recognizes students who have strived to make the most of their time... Read More
  • UNH Celebrates the Class of 2020
  • Nursing 2020 grad Laura Howard
    - UNH Nursing Grads Hit the COVID-19 Front Lines
    Seventy nursing students will be graduating virtually from the University of New Hampshire on Saturday morning and as they enter their first jobs, they will be on the front lines... Read More
  • Kabria Baumgartner, assistant professor of American studies
    - Historical Support
    With two recent fellowships, American studies professor Kabria Baumgartner will research a book project on Robert Morris, the first African American trial lawyer in the U.S. Read More
  • Emergency room workers at Tufts Medical Center holding bags of iced NOBL coffee
    - Grounds for Giving Back
    As local health care workers put in long hours on today’s frontlines, they’re heartened by a welcome jolt: the delivery of cold brew coffee right to their hospital breakrooms. Read More
  • Scientific illustration of protease inhibitor
    - COVID Collaboration
    UNH has launched six new interdisciplinary research projects aimed at addressing the challenges of coronavirus. Read More
  • Glenn Homman '77 dressed in scrubs
    - Choosing to Stay
    Before the coronavirus hit, the urgent care center where Glenn Hoffman ’77 works was seeing upwards of 100 patients a day. Today he and the staff treat fewer than 50 people daily... Read More
  • Hurricane Maria
    - Beyond the Wind Scale
    Large, extreme storms are becoming more frequent worldwide under a changing climate, creating a need to understand the short-term and long-term ecological repercussions. Read More
  • Five outdoor ed and leadership students created a resource for educators to better engage their students in online learning
    - Digital Adventures
    For five students studying outdoor education and leadership, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic gave them an opportunity to create a resource to help educators more effectively... Read More
  • Three young women outside carrying research clipboards
    - Connecting Through GLOBE
    A video from the U.S. GLOBE Office, located at the Leitzel Center at UNH, about high school students connecting through science will be featured in the 2020 STEM for All Video... Read More