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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

Recent Stories

  • UNH clinical assistant professor of kinesiology Ben Towne
    - Beijing Bound
    For the second time in eight years, clinical assistant professor of kinesiology Ben Towne will serve as athletic trainer to the U.S. Bobsled/Skeleton team at the Olympic Winter... Read More
  • Lab technicians working in lab
    - One Million And Counting
    The University of New Hampshire's uniquely designed lab has completed more than one million tests to detect and monitor the coronavirus. The cutting-edge lab not only performs... Read More
  • High-frequency water quality sensor
    - Going With The Flow
    Climate change is expected to cause more droughts and stronger storms, and a new UNH study suggests that as these precipitation extremes grow more common the effect on water... Read More
  • UNH Manchester's STEM Teaching Fellows meet via Zoom with Boys and Girls Club STEM director Keith Darling to plan outreach activities
    - STEM Outreach Success
    The COVID pandemic provided no shortage of opportunities for organizations to adapt, and that’s precisely what four STEM Teaching Fellows did when they developed outreach... Read More
  • Jennifer Griffith
    - Style Matters
    Researchers at the University of New Hampshire and the University of Nebraska at Omaha took a closer look at international leadership styles and found global leaders that had a... Read More
  • Dean Dillon at podium
    - Rolling Up Our Sleeves
    New lab is a hub for engaging with global racial and social inequality. Read More
  • Two middle school students, a boy and a girl, work together on a computer.
    - The Language of STEM
    With $3.5 million from the Department of Education, UNH researchers will enhance STEM understanding among N.H.'s English learners. Read More
  • group of students in front of Hannaford's
    - “Many Thanks for Your Words”
    Conversational English class helps UNH housekeepers feel more at home in America. Read More
  • photo of mural
    - Hope is a Discipline
    Campus mural brings a splash of color and hope for social justice. Read More
  • cover image of facts and figures
    - IOD's Facts & Figures: 2021 Report on Disability in New Hampshire Now Available
    The IOD report Facts & Figures: 2021 Report on Disability in New Hampshire is now available on the IOD website. Facts & Figures is a regularly-occurring publication of the... Read More