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An image showing the retinal photoreceptors (left) and an image of the retina (right)

Predicting Eye Disease

A recently awarded $1.5 million grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) National Eye Institute will support ongoing research into retinal degenerative diseases led by professor Rick Cote. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Female student pushes a GPS cart across a beach in winter
    - Research Snapshot: Beach Bombs
    UNH researchers measure the shifting sands of N.H. beaches to understand where unexploded ordnances may be hiding. Read More
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    - Thriving during crisis
    Lockdown measures introduced to control the spread of the coronavirus have simultaneously led to the closure of many small businesses as well as the creation of innovative... Read More
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    - Golden Opportunity
    Two students from the University of New Hampshire recently received the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, the nation’s premier undergraduate award for science, math,... Read More
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    - Gateway to Success
    Mastering the subject of algebra is considered vital to succeeding in higher-level mathematics and the pursuit of a career in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (... Read More
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    - Mind the $500,000 Gap
    Men in executive leadership receive more than half a million dollars more in severance pay than women, Paul College researchers find. Read More
  • Drone image of hurricane-damaged mangrove forest
    - In the Face of a Storm: Bend or Resist?
    Bill McDowell, professor of environmental science.In a new study of the ecological impacts of tropical cyclones, an international research team including researchers from UNH... Read More
  • 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