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Small Wonder

A new UNH study found that small satellites can be just as effective in performing important space science missions as their larger counterparts.  Read More

Recent Stories

  • Colorful data image representing ocean soundscapes
    - A COVID Ocean Hush?
    New software developed by UNH will help researchers understand ocean soundscapes. Read More
  • UNH pier with research vessels on either side of it.
    - Dropping Anchor at UNH
    The Rhodes Academy of Oceans Law and Policy has found a new administrative home at the UNH School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering. Read More
  • Evening sky with crescent moon.
    - The Air Up There
    NASA's latest mission to explore two unusual atmospheric phenomena will tap UNH faculty and student expertise.  Read More
  • Image of Earth's magnetic field and solar flare from nearby sun.
    - Current Events
    Researchers are using artificial intelligence and student-built magnetometers to improve space weather forecasting and prepare for power outages those storms cause. Read More
  • Banafsheh Ferdousi
    - Stormy Weather
    Banafsheh Ferdousi, a research scientist in the UNH Space Science Center, has received $800,000 from NASA to study space weather that impacts our technology. Read More
  • Jennifer Miksis-Olds aboard an ocean-going research vessel.
    - Can You Hear Me Now?
    New research focuses on human-induced ocean noises, their impacts on marine life, and offers suggestions for healthier soundscapes. Read More
  • Nada Al-Haddad
    - Brighter Days Ahead
    Nada Al-Haddad, a research assistant professor in the UNH Space Science Center, has been awarded a prestigious four-year, $690,000 NASA grant to support her solar-based research... Read More
  • Drone image of research tower in forest in autumn
    - Excellence in Citations
    Forty-one current and emeritus UNH researchers are among the world's 100,000 most cited, according to a new study. Read More
  • The Autonomous Surface Vehicle team stands next to a yellow vessel.
    - Seas the Day
    A team of UNH scientists won first place in an international competition for virtual autonomous ocean-going robotics. Read More
  • Joe Souney inspects an ice core from Antarctica.
    - Core Planning
    UNH scientists received an NSF grant to plan the logistics of ice core research in a remote section of Antarctica. Read More