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  • 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
  • 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
  • Dianne Moschitta '22
    - Life in the Lab
    A passion for plant biology brought Dianne Moschitta '22 to UNH Manchester. Now, she's taking advantage of laboratory experiences to prepare her for a future in biotechnology. Read More
  • Close-up of southern pine beetle
    - Pine Pests
    UNH researchers Jeff Garnas, associate professor of forest ecosystem health, and Ph.D. student Caroline Kanaskie discovered the damaging southern pine beetle in New Hampshire and... 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
  • Neutron Star merger
    - Origins of Heavy Metals
    Research published in part by UNH’s Francois Foucart, associate professor of physics, shed more light on where heavy elements such as gold, platinum and silver found on Earth may... Read More
  • Off and Running
    - Off and Running
    Many of the things Nathaniel Hunt ’22 learned as a philosophy major proved beneficial when he conceived a business idea, and his partnership with the Peter T. Paul... Read More
  • Aerial photo of Oyster River in snow
    - Predicting Future Floods
    New UNH research updates snowmelt flooding models for a changing climate, helping protect vulnerable infrastructure and water resources. Read More
  • UNH exercise science researcher Deborah Feairheller stands behind a fire truck, dressed in turnout gear
    - Sounding the Alarm for Firefighter Hypertension
    New research from UNH found that firefighters' blood pressure — already higher than average — jumps during emergency calls, putting them at elevated risk for heart attacks and... Read More
  • Cone snail shell on a black background.
    - Treating Diabetes with Snail Venom?
    The venom of the cone snail is a possible, if unlikely, source for a treatment for diabetes, UNH researchers have found. Read More