Junior Scientists

Team Cooke’s Novel Methods of Antibiotic Discovery in Space (NoMADS) is excited to announce the winning team of their Junior Scientists Competition! The Decomposers, a team of seven 5th and 6th grade students from Newington Public School in Newington, New Hampshire, chose their soil location based... Read More

Recent Stories

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    - Mushroom Madness
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    - Wound Healing Trailblazers
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    - Addressing the Impacts of COVID-19 on Rural Communities
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    - Research Snapshot: Spying on Wildlife
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    - A Lifesaving Voyage
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    - Record Funding
    UNH researchers brought in $260 million in competitive funding in FY21 for projects that improve life in New Hampshire and beyond. Read More
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    - UNH Named a 'Best Value'
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    - Educators Unite to Ease College Transition
    The passage from high school to college can be challenging, and it can be especially difficult for first-generation and multilingual learners. In response, a multidisciplinary... Read More
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    Mechanical engineering student Cornelius Plomp '22 and engineering physics student Trevor Cox '22 each participated in a competitive internship experience at DEKA, working on an... Read More
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    - Ascending Leader
    Kayla Hadley, a 2015 graduate of UNH’s environmental engineering program, was one five honored with the 2021 Environmental Business Council of New England, Inc’s Ascending Leader... Read More