Most people are unlikely to associate seaweed with dairy production. But University of New Hampshire scientists will be working to change that, sharing two grants totaling nearly $13 million to investigate supplementation of dairy cow diets with seaweed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve milk quality and animal health.
Robust forest growth and regeneration are critical to ensuring economic sustainability of New Hampshire's timber industry. And it is the tiniest of woodland animals that plays an essential role in keeping forests healthy and thriving, according to new research from the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station.
As a verified test lab, the UNH-IOL has demonstrated a commitment to the open source community and a level of competence in the execution of testing.
Fox publishes research on factors that influence intervention.
Sarah Wrightsman '17G could be described as someone with a growth mindset. As a community garden project coordinator for at-risk youth in Somersworth, New Hampshire, Wrightsman discovered the positive impact she could have in her own community.
“Teaching children the patience, love and care that gardening requires meant a lot to me, but I wanted to do so much more for them. It was when their after-school program closed due to lack of funding that I was inspired to pursue a career in policy,” says Wrightsman.
UNH Today pointed its lens on a chemical engineering lab in Kingsbury Hall during the final weeks of fall semester classes.