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Aging Assistance

An interdisciplinary team of UNH researchers has received a $2.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop technology that could help seniors age in place. Read More

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    - Outbreak Impact
    A study from the University of New Hampshire looked at the direct and indirect effects of the global pandemic on U.S. seafood workers by tracking cases and outbreaks and found... Read More
  • A person's hands with money
    - Mind the $500,000 Gap
    Men in executive leadership receive more than half a million dollars more in severance pay than women, Paul College researchers find. Read More
  • Cole Riel '17 headshot, Communication Arts graduate at UNH Manchester
    - From Communications to Community Engagement
    After earning his degree in communication arts, Cole Riel ’17 moved from a diverse political career into a community engagement role at the Greater Manchester Chamber. Read More
  • Water Works
    - Water Works
    New research has found that watershed size plays a major role in a river network’s ability to filter certain pollutants. The findings both further our understanding of which... Read More
  • Alyssa Stasse examines oysters collected from the Great Bay Estuary
    - Pearl of Hope
    UNH researchers have collected new data that will aid oyster restoration in New Hampshire's Great Bay Estuary and support ongoing efforts to understand the ecological changes... Read More
  • Drone image of hurricane-damaged mangrove forest
    - In the Face of a Storm: Bend or Resist?
    Bill McDowell, professor of environmental science.In a new study of the ecological impacts of tropical cyclones, an international research team including researchers from UNH... Read More
  • Brightly colored graphic representing theoretical simulations of magnetic fields.
    - Magnetism in Three Dimensions
    New research from associate professor of physics Jiadong Zang has mapped magnetic fields in three dimensions for the first time. Read More
  • Stepping Up to the Plate
    - Stepping Up to the Plate
    While many students remain free of the burden of food insecurity, a growing number of others – perhaps as many as 20 percent of students, based on results of a recent survey – are... Read More
  • UNH professor Jeffrey Halpern stands outside Kingsbury Hall
    - Boosting Biomanufacturing
    Researchers in UNH’s Surface Enhanced Electrochemical Diagnostic Sensors (SEEDS) Lab have received an EPSCoR grant from the National Science Foundation for close to $6 million to... Read More
  • UNH State of the University 2022
    - UNH State of the University 2022
    President Dean delivered his annual address to the UNH community Tuesday, Feb. 8, discussing the progress UNH has made on each of its four strategic priorities, acknowledging the... Read More