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Flooded road with hazard sign in front
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... Read More
UNH's Meghan Carr '17
Meghan Carr ’17 is no stranger to the plight of sea mammals, and now she's taking her research efforts to the next level. “In September, I will begin... Read More

Recent Stories

  • UNH's Kathryn Bennett '18
    - A Study in Sustainability
    https://www.unh.edu/unhtoday/2017/04/science-saturdayKathryn Bennett ’18 will be taking her commitment to sustainability on the road this summer through a 2017 Social innovation... Read More
  • Jordan Garrett '20 and Caitlin Burnett '20
    - The Everyday Life of Climate Change
    The big picture of climate change is often heralded in photos depicting melting ice caps and stranded polar bears or smokestacks tainting the sky with soot. Less well captured are... Read More
  • Assistant professor Tom Haines poses in front of dump trucks/
    - A Quest to Explore Renewable Energy
    Tom Haines’ spring break was a bit out of the ordinary. During the course of 10 days in March, Haines trekked 50 miles across the Texas Panhandle and slept at local farms. He... Read More
  • UNH's Ryan Stephens finds a truffle in the Bartlett Experimental Forest.
    - Finding Five New Truffles
    UNH researchers supported by the NH Agricultural Experiment Station have identified and described five new truffle species, including two that have been found only in New... Read More
  • Underwater shot of reddish seaweed
    - Ocean Invasives
    UNH researchers looked at seaweed populations during the last 30 years in the Gulf of Maine. Read More
  • James Farrell and David Kaye at networking event
    - Sparking Solutions
    Many efforts within the College of Liberal Arts are addressing the pressing problems of our time. Read More
  • SPARK 2017
    - SPARK 2017
    Flip through the most recent issue of SPARK, UNH’s annual research review. Read More
  • UNH plant breeding
    - Breeding Success
    In 1951, the "New Hampshire Midget" watermelon, developed at UNH by Albert F. Yeager, then head of the university’s horticulture department, won a gold medal in the All-American... Read More
  • All Colleges Symposium at UNH
    - Research Daily Dispatch
    Updated daily, the dispatch highlights URC happenings and coming events. Read More
  • Project O.A.S.I.S.
    - Engineering an Oasis
    Growing up in India, Sid Nigam ’16 saw plenty of food insecurity and malnutrition. At UNH, the mechanical engineering student channeled a passion for sustainable, affordable food... Read More