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

  • UNH Scientists Receive $2M Grant to Support Organic Dairy Industry
    - UNH Scientists Receive $2M Grant to Support Organic Dairy Industry
    Researchers with University of New Hampshire College of Life Sciences and Agriculture have received a near $2 million grant to help organic dairies remain profitable in the face... Read More
  • Outdoor Groupies
    - Outdoor Groupies
    Grace McCulloch ’21 is a self-proclaimed groupie. But not the celebrity fan kind. As a wildlife and conservation biology major, being involved with the UNH Extension program... Read More
  • Defrosting the Arctic
    - Defrosting the Arctic
    New research led by UNH aims to understand the interactions that stimulate the release of carbon from thawing permafrost in the Arctic. Read More
  • The Importance of Estuaries
    - The Importance of Estuaries
    Last week, the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station celebrated National Estuaries Week. A number of our researchers conduct research on the Great Bay Estuary. Learn more... Read More
  • STAF Spotlight: Getting Fungi to the Trees
    - STAF Spotlight: Getting Fungi to the Trees
    If you were to investigate ways to support forest health, where would you look? The trees? Animals? Soil? Read More
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    - GERMS 101
    It’s not that Davida Margolin had a crystal ball or whatever one might need to predict the future when she was preparing to teach this semester. It’s all right there in the... Read More
  • From Farm-to-Fork to Hunger
    - From Farm-to-Fork to Hunger
    Alexandra Papadakis ’21 has long been interested in food. When she started at UNH, she thought that interest would take her in the direction of how it’s grown, harvested, marketed... Read More
  • Listeria Found in Wild Gray Foxes in New Hampshire
    - Listeria Found in Wild Gray Foxes in New Hampshire
    Listeria has been found in two New Hampshire wild gray foxes by investigators at the New Hampshire Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at the University of New Hampshire. A zoonotic... Read More
  • Learn How to Grow Melons in Your Garden
    - Learn How to Grow Melons in Your Garden
    Vine-ripened cantaloupe are delicious, yet few New Hampshire gardeners grow them. Come learn virtually about proven tips and solutions for growing great melons including how to... Read More
  • student in COVID-19 testing lab
    - Put To The Test
    When professor Kelley Thomas turned on the lights in the COVID-19 testing lab on a recent Monday morning, he says there are no words to describe what he felt. Read More