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Recent Stories

  • UNH instrument used on NASA MMS satellite
    - Magnetic Mysteries, Decoded
    A NASA rocket carrying instruments developed by scientists, engineers and students from UNH’s Space Science Center (SSC) has obtained the first-ever data of an elusive phenomenon... Read More
  • A vaquita, the world's smallest and rarest porpoise
    - Prof with a Porpoise
    Chris Glass wouldn’t blame you if you’ve never heard of the vaquita. The small porpoise is so secretive that it wasn’t discovered as a species until 1958. Read More
  • UNH professor Will Clyde
    - Rocks of Ages
    We know the surface of Earth looked vastly different 2.5 billion years ago — but just how different, and just how events that happened millions of years in the past can give us... Read More
  • UNH Space Science Director Lynn Kistler
    - Union Fellow
    UNH physics professor Lynn Kistler has been named a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, the largest single organization dedicated to the advancement of geophysics. Read More
  • Two maps of Michigan show likely locations of monuments
    - Michigan's Mystery Monuments
    Merging an innovative modeling technique with old-fashioned sleuthing, researchers from the University of New Hampshire have shed new light on the mystery of pre-European... Read More
  • Harlan Spence, physics professor and director of the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space
    - Space Man Spence
    Harlan Spence, director of UNH’s Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space, has been appointed to the Space Studies Board of the National Academy of Sciences.  Read More
  • EOS associate director David Divins
    - Divins Drills Down
    David Divins is EOS’s first full-time associate director since 2012. Read More
  • Larry Mayer sitting on a dock
    - Arctic Appointment
    President Obama named Larry Mayer to a four-year term on the U.S. Arctic Research Commission, an independent federal agency that advises the President and Congress. Read More
  • Illustration of satellites circling the Earth
    - Magnetic Reconnection
    On October 16, 2015, dozens of UNH scientists, space physics researchers, engineers and students made history. Read More
  • CO2 in the Sea
    - CO2 in the Sea
    Each year, tons of burning fossil fuel pumps greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide into the air and roughly 25 percent of that CO2 gets absorbed by the world’s oceans. Read More