College of Life Sciences & Agriculture

UNH researcher Win Watson

A Deep Dive on a Keystone Species

Horseshoe crabs’ blue blood, valuable in the biomedical industry, saves lives. Watch how UNH professor Win Watson and graduate student Meghan Owings are helping save horseshoe crabs. Read More

Recent Stories

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    - Meal Plan
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  • UNH professor Scott Ollinger
    - On High with Scott Ollinger
    Scott Ollinger, professor of ecosystem ecology, understands our changing climate by studying the forests AND the trees.  Read More
  • A UNH student at work in the field
    - UNH in the Top 10
    UNH is one of the top places in the United States to study natural resources and conservation. Read More
  • UNH graduate Anna Gruen
    - Finding Her Success
    During a recent job interview, a could-be future boss asked Anna Gruen ’17, “Where do you see yourself in 50 years?” Read More
  • UNH's Jasmin Buteau '17
    - From Student to Teacher
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  • Students in the nursing simulation lab at UNH
    - Building A Team
    When someone gets sick, or is hospitalized, the people charged with his or her care can include doctors, nurses, nutritionists and occupational therapists, among others. Which is... Read More
  • UNH's Meghan Carr '17
    - The Sea Is Her Campus
    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 graduate school at Dalhousie... Read More
  • UNH's Kathryn Bennett '18
    - A Study in Sustainability 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
  • Researchers at EPA awards ceremony
    - Researchers Honored at EPA Awards Ceremony
    John Aber and Gregg Moore received honors at the Environmental Protection Agency’s Environmental Merit Awards ceremony. Read More