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Female graduate student on a boat holding a male blue crab

Crustacean Consternation

UNH researchers have documented the first-ever pair of mated blue crabs in Great Bay Estuary, with potentially serious impacts on the ecosystem. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Hand holding a live fish, Arctic charr
    - Fish Out of Cold Water?
    Nathan Furey, assistant professor of biological sciences.Arctic charr, true to its name, is a cold-water fish that makes its southern-most home in Maine lakes, putting it at... Read More
  • One man hands another an award
    - Canadian Kudos
    Larry Mayer, director of UNH’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, received the Canadian Hydrographic Association’s Sam Masry Award at the 2022 Canadian Hydrographic Conference. Read More
  • Image of Darius Love
    - Igniting the Spark
    The bright beacon of service is a calling card for Darius Love with his dual passions of neuroscience nursing and nurturing leadership in others. "I did not select a leadership... Read More
  • Researcher Harish Vashisth stands with arms crossed in darkened hallway
    - Repurposing Drug Compound Could Slow COVID Spread
    Krisztina Varga, associate Professor of Molecular, cellular and Biomedical Sciences. Photo by Jeremy Gasowski.With the end of the pandemic seemingly nowhere in sight, scientists... Read More
  • True Colors
    - True Colors
    It was purple hair that first prompted Camryn Berry to feel she’d found a home at UNH as a woman in STEM. It was a pink lab coat that opened the door for thousands to share in her... Read More
  • Graduate School sends off Class of 2022
    - Graduate School sends off Class of 2022
    The University of New Hampshire Graduate School held its commencement ceremony on Memorial Field on Friday, May 20, the first of five commencement ceremonies celebrated on the... Read More
  • Alioune Mzeirigue headshot
    - Promoting Peace and Human Security
    For Alioune Mzeirigue, the turbulent state of global current affairs sparked a passion to promote peace and human security. Now, he's pursuing a master's in global conflict and... Read More
  • Sarah Siegel, unh student
    - Developing a Strategy for Success
    Over the years, Sarah Siegel has held positions in fields as varied as finance, entertainment and management. Now, she plans to bring her passion for public health security to... Read More
  • Wide angle shot of engineers measuring beach
    - Building Momentum for the Blue Economy
    When it comes to the economy, the ocean is a major player — from tourism to energy, seafood to shipping, the world’s marine-related assets tally up to trillions of dollars. But... Read More
  • Two female graduate students stand outdoors with their arms around each other
    - Deconstructing Bias
    Three young researchers -- and many more -- are leading efforts to help UNH geosciences become more inclusive. Read More