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New research from UNH finds that changes in seaweed "forests" may be harmful for an ecologically important fish. Read More
Students meet employers at the Natural Resources Career Fair sponsored by the St. Martin Career Exploration Center. launched in 2016, COLSA's St. Martin Career Exploration Office is helping... Read More
A New England cottontail rabbit reared at Roger Williams Park Zoo in 2012 acclimates to the wild
UNH scientists will be able to estimate population trends over time using DNA collected from the endangered rabbits’ fecal pellets. Read More
Emily Ray '20 conducting research in a UNH lab.
Emily Ray’s interest in marine sciences started when she fell in love with sharks. Read More
UNH's Allison Lehoux '18 sitting on a bench outside of James Hall at UNH
Allison Lehoux ’18 will study in Ascoli Piceno, Italy, this summer. Read More

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