Chemistry

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National Lab Honors

Chemistry Ph.D. candidate Nick Pollack has been selected for the U.S. Department of Energy's prestigious Graduate Student Research Program. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Principal Investigators for NH BioMade
    - Leading the Way
    Faculty members from the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) are leading a statewide research effort to advance biomaterials with the potential to save patient... Read More
  • UNH researcher Gonghu Li
    - Shining New Light on Solar Fuel
    UNH researchers have identified new, readily available materials that convert sunlight and carbon dioxide into building blocks for liquid fuels. Read More
  • UNH research professor Changsheng Li
    - Changsheng Li (1941 – 2015)
    UNH research professor Changsheng Li of the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS) passed away on Sunday, October 18, 2015 at Massachusetts General Hospital in... Read More
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    - Samantha Reynolds Joins Faculty as Lecturer of Chemistry
    Samantha Reynolds will join the UNH Manchester faculty as a Lecturer in Chemistry this fall. Reynolds developed UNH Manchester's two-semester Organic Chemistry course, which she... Read More
  • Warren Hardy Scott ’73
    - Warren Hardy Scott ’73
    UNH degrees: Natural science and chemistryCurrently lives in: Muscle Shoals, Alabama Please share highlights of your career or occupational experiences. Firefighters, paramedic,... Read More
  • National Science Foundation Logo
    - CAREER Builder: Three UNH Faculty Members Receive Prestigious Awards
    Three UNH faculty members have received prestigious National Science Foundation awards to support their work predicting earthquakes, recycling carbon dioxide into fuel and... Read More
  • UNH student
    - A Little Help from Their Friends
    You’re a freshman, in a lecture hall with as many as 200 students. But still, you're feeling kind of lonely. You’re taking an introduction to chemistry—or to biology or to physics... Read More