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Eyes on the Tiger

Eyes on the Tiger

New UNH research studying the Soligas tribe in India and their relationship with the endangered Bengal tiger has found that allowing the two groups to share a habitat both protects the tiger population and saves money on conservation efforts like poaching policing. Read More

Recent Stories

  • professor Jiadong Zang
    - Rising Research Star
    In the early stages of his career, assistant professor of physics and materials science Jiadong Zang is making waves. For his research prowess, Zang was recently selected as the ... Read More
  • Ali Asghar '20
    - Good Energy
    There are times in the Pakistani neighborhood where Ali Asghar ’20 grew up that the electricity still goes out for hours; sometimes, half the day. It is estimated that some 50... Read More
  • Tomoyo Ieda
    - The Culture of Learning
    An exchange student hears a different language. Read More
  • Tom Collins '20
    - Rocketing Toward His Future
    The first time Thomas Collins’ father took him up in a plane at the Hampton Airfield it was in one of those small two-seaters that have flaps for doors.  Read More
  • headshot
    - Crossed Paths
    A UNH historian is the first to connect two movements that changed Chinese history in the 20th century. Read More
  • Learning What She Didn’t Know
    - Learning What She Didn’t Know
    Before Lihy Buchbinder ’21 arrived at UNH, she had a cultural experience that few students have: In 2014, after finishing her last two years of high school, she returned to her... Read More
  • Mapping the Seas
    - Mapping the Seas
    Less than 10 percent of the world’s oceans have been mapped to high resolution. UNH is out to change that. Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping director Larry Mayer talks about... Read More
  • NYC waterfall billboard
    - Start Spreading the News...
    UNH is on the map in New York City! A trio of “waterfall” billboards in the city’s famous Times Square is currently highlighting UNH’s position among the country’s Carnegie... Read More
  • tall blades of kelp seaweed in the Gulf of Maine
    - Climate Change and Turf Seaweed Causing “Patchy” Seascape
    The effects of climate change are becoming more apparent, from the rapidly warming Gulf of Maine to more frequent and severe storms and the increase of invasive turf seaweed. UNH... Read More
  • WACNH Climate Refugees panel discussion, Nov 6
    - Growing Concerns Over Climate Refugees
    With sea levels rising and climate-related disasters becoming more frequent and severe, climate change has become a bigger threat to people’s lives and homes throughout the world... Read More