Robbin Ray ’82

Robbin Ray ’82's Articles

  • Artist depiction of MMS satellites

    UNH Scientists Capture Space Energy Explosion

    Researchers at UNH have captured a difficult-to-view singular event involving “magnetic reconnection” — the process by which sparse particles and energy around Earth collide producing a quick but...
  • Goal: Sustainable Food

    Goal: Sustainable Food

    A new aquaponic greenhouse aims to provide a model to increase sustainable food production.
  • Emaciated moose

    A Population At Risk

    Northern New Hampshire and western Maine are seeing an increase in winter ticks, which are endangering the moose population.
  • Lin illustration of a black hole for UNH Magazine

    A Hungry Hole

    Serendipity and data serve up compelling clues in the search for a hard-to-identify black hole.
  • Three female college students gather around a video game

    To Teach Bystander Intervention, Try a Video Game

    A new study from UNH's Prevention Innovations Research Center has found video games show promise as tools for sexual assault prevention.
  • UNH researcher Michael Chambers with a greenhouse-grown shrimp in a net

    Hyperlocal Shrimp?

    UNH researchers are testing a shrimp aquaculture method that could put the seafood staple back in your fishmonger’s case.
  • Close-up illustration of the sun with eruptions occurring on its surface.

    A New Take On the Shape of Solar Phenomena

    UNH researchers have discovered new information that could one day help protect satellites in space as well as the electrical grid on Earth.
  • Corinna Tucker sits at a computer in front of a window

    Chaos at Home Adversely Affects Adolescents

    A new UNH study is among the first to look at the effects of unstable and disorganized family environments on rural teens
  • Four images of the purslane seed, including two under microscope

    Seed Coats Could Lead to “Smart” Materials, New UNH research Finds

    UNH researchers found the puzzle-like structure of the delicate seed coat of plants like purslane could hold the secret to creating new smart materials.
  • Beach on Lake Erie

    Not Taking the Plunge

    New research from UNH finds that as climate changes, so does lake recreation behavior.
  • people walking through the wilderness

    Trees as Treatment?

    For adolescents with mental health and substance abuse issues, wilderness therapy programs are almost three times as effective as traditional treatment, new UNH research has found.
  • Picture of the remnants of a star that was ripped apart by a black hole.

    UNH Researcher Captures Best Ever Evidence of Rare Black Hole

    Researcher from Space Science Center captured elusive midsize black hole devouring a star.
  • Colorful map of the solar system indicating research conducted at the edge of it.

    UNH Researchers Land Roles in NASA Mission to Study Outer Solar System

    Researchers and engineers from UNH's Space Science Center have been selected to be a part of a NASA science mission.
  • Undersea image of a fish in seaweed

    Nowhere To Hide

    New research from UNH finds that changes in seaweed "forests" may be harmful for an ecologically important fish.
  • UNH climate change research

    Future Forecast

    If early 2018’s stretch of sub-zero days and the string of nor’easters that punctuated March had you wondering if it was time to call off the warnings about a warming planet, UNH has some unwelcome...
  • Physics professor Jiadong Zang

    Computing on the Head of a Pin

    Physics professor Jiadong Zang has discovered a materials combination that could lead to tiny computers.
  • Students in the brewery at UNH

    Next Gen Brewers

    Things are brewing at UNH. Take a peek inside one of the newest laboratories.
  • Jeep drives through water on flooded coastal road.

    Rising Tides, Increasing Floods

    New research from UNH finds that so-called "nuisance flooding" along coastal roads has increased 90 percent in the past 20 years.
  • Field with subtle hills

    Washboard Landscape

    Newly discovered  Seacoast-area ridges may hold clues about ice age, climate change.
  • Illustration of NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter at the moon

    Space Radiation: More Hazardous Than We Thought

    A new UNH study has implications for human space travel.
  • bottle with pills spilling out

    New Telehealth Program Addresses Maternal Substance Abuse

    Project ECHO helps pregnant women and newborns in rural areas.
  • University of New Hampshire history professor Jason Sokol

    The Heavens Might Crack

    Historian Jason Sokol has published a book about the death and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Rocket launching

    Better (Space) Weather Forecasts

    State-of-the-art space weather instruments developed by UNH researchers are heading into space.
  • Liz Burakowski

    White Gold

    Elizabeth Burakowski has co-authored a study from the organization Protect Our Winters.
  • a burying beetle

    What To Expect When You’re Expecting a Beetle

    New UNH research finds that unlike most insects, burying beetles provide parental care to their offspring.
  • Satellite map image

    The Human Effect

    Michael Palace's research finds human impact on forest still evident after 500 years.
  • A stream in winter

    UNH Researchers Find Effects of Climate Change Could Accelerate by Mid-Century

    Nature lovers beware: Models show effects of climate change could be much stronger.
  • UNH-grown fish in a cooler being handed to the NH Food Bank

    From Farm to Food Bank

    UNH-grown fish will help feed the hungry thanks to a 1,000 pound donation to the New Hampshire Food Bank.
  • Mount Etna eruption

    Eruption Clues

    UNH researchers create a snapshot of volcano plumbing.
  • Yunyao Jiang, a doctoral candidate in mechanical engineering at UNH, using a 3D-printed prototype to prove concept of sequential cell-opening mechanism.

    UNH Researchers Create New Concept That Could Lead to Improved Drug Delivery

    Design's potential applications range from drug delivery to color altering camouflage materials.
  • Overhead view of forest in snow, with square patches of bare ground

    Warming Soils, Warming Earth

    In Science paper, UNH researchers describe a new feedback loop that could accelerate global warming.
  • UNH student in internship at Lonza Biologics

    Getting a Taste of Real-World Biotech

    UNH students try out their dream careers through internships.
  • Two UNH researchers at the Shoals Marine Laboratory

    What Taking Care of Terns Tells Us

    UNH seabird research and restoration reveals a lot about fish health in the Gulf of Maine.
  • A view of students at UNH

    Academic Consequences

    New UNH research has found that campus sexual violence significantly affects academics.
  • pink and red illustration of an invasive seaweed

    Red Alert

    Walk along a beach in New England, and chances are you’ll encounter piles of fine red seaweed washed up in drifts at the waterline. While it may look harmless enough, the fiber-like weed,...
  • a desert environment

    Lessons from the Cactus Mouse

    UNH researchers say cactus mice could teach humans something about surviving severe dehydration.
  • SEM image of volcanic ash

    Smart Ash

    New UNH research will help scientists measure, and thus predict the movement of, tiny particles like ash from volcanic eruptions.
  • A Rare Experiment

    A Rare Experiment

    UNH researchers have launched a multiyear project to investigate the effects of drought on Northeast forests.
  • students foraging for seaweed

    Foraging For Seaweed

    Gabby Bradt, a fisheries specialist at UNH Cooperative Extension and N.H. Sea Grant, is getting the word out about the benefits of seaweed. Her popular hands-on workshops invite the community to the...
  • Flooded road with hazard sign in front

    Road Scholars

    Rising groundwater can flood roads up to two miles from the ocean, new research from UNH has found.On New Hampshire’s Seacoast, rising seas could cause flooded roads in unexpected places: up to two...
  • NASA's WIND spacecraft

    Predicting Space Weather

    A UNH researcher has identified key differences in solar wind models.
  • Underwater shot of reddish seaweed

    Ocean Invasives

    UNH researchers looked at seaweed populations during the last 30 years in the Gulf of Maine.
  • Graduate student Allison Leach in front of a research poster

    How's Your Nitrogen Footprint?

    Sustainability leadership efforts have contributed to a groundbreaking initiative to measure and reduce the nitrogen footprint on campus.
  • Ring of mushrooms in a suburban law

    Climate Clues in Mushrooms

    Mushrooms are helping tell UNH researchers about rising carbon dioxide concentrations.
  • solar flares on the sun (NASA / SDO)
  • UNH associate professor of chemical engineering Xiaowei Teng

    Building a Better Battery

    Batteries, those ubiquitous add-ons to virtually every electronic birthday or holiday gift, have been getting a bad rap of late. Recent headlines have detailed their propensity to explode, wreaking...
  • UNH graduate student Abigail D'Ambrosia holding excavation tools

    When the Planet Warmed, Mammals Shrank

    More than 50 million years ago, when the Earth experienced a series of extreme global warming events, early mammals responded by shrinking in size.
  • tree branch with buds

    Is Spring Getting Longer?

    With the first day of spring around the corner, temperatures are beginning to rise, ice is melting and the world around us is starting to blossom. Scientists sometimes refer to this transition from...
  • a black hole eating a dying star

    Feeding Frenzy

    A giant black hole ripped apart a nearby star and then continued to feed off its remains for close to a decade, according to research led by UNH. This black hole meal is more than 10 times longer...
  • Yaning Li, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at UNH

    Get Smart

    UNH researchers have shown for the first time that rotating cells in chiral cellular solids, a foam-like substance, could lead to the creation of a new smart material.
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