College of Life Sciences & Agriculture

Eelgrass in Great Bay Estuary

Giving Eelgrass an Edge

UNH researchers received a new NOAA grant that aims to improve the health of eelgrass in Great Bay. Read More

Recent Stories

  • student feeding horses at dusk
    - For The Horses (And The Cows)
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  • screen shot of all the student finalists
    - Challenge Met
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  • Headshot of researcher Serita Frey, wearing a dark t-shirt and a necklace
    - Frey Fellow
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  • Bill McDowell and Larry Mayer
    - Geophysical Fellows
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  • Mary Kate Munley '21
    - Researching the Sea
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  • Student dressed in protective equipment working in COVID testing lab
    - Acing the Test
    When the COVID-19 pandemic began spreading rapidly throughout communities around the globe earlier this spring, Ian Ayer ’22 knew he wouldn’t last long lounging comfortably in the... Read More
  • The PDE6 crystal structure used for the research.
    - Eye Might
    UNH researchers have advanced our understanding of the mutations that result in color blindness and certain retinal degenerative diseases that cause blindness as a result of their... Read More
  • Makayla Edgecomb ’23
    - Scholarship Surprise
    When she graduated from New Hampshire’s Dover High School in 2019, Makayla Edgecomb ’23 knew she wanted to go to UNH. Her mother, Laurie, had started out at UNH, but had a life... Read More
  • Drone shot of UNH campus with brilliant autumn colors
    - Collaborative to the CoRE
    UNH's Collaborative Research Excellence initiative has funded 14 interdisciplinary projects. Read More