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  • Indigenous New Hampshire
    - Indigenous New Hampshire
    Two members of the Cowasuck band of Pennacook Abenaki People are working with UNH researchers and students to give their history a new voice. Read More
  • Jan Nisbet and James Dean talk in his office
    - A Closing Inquiry
    James W. Dean Jr., who became UNH's 20th president in June 2018, speaks with senior vice provost for research Jan Nisbet about partnerships, research and his vision for UNH. Read More
  • photo of four women at conference
    - A Mind of One’s Own
    Twenty-five years ago, the book, “A Mind of One’s Own,” broke ground in feminist philosophy. Read More
  • Healing Hydrogel
    - Healing Hydrogel
    New research from chemical engineering professor Kyung Jae Jeong could lead to an effective treatment for corneal melting, a significant cause of blindness. Read More
  • Chanda Prescod-Weinstein stands in front of a chalkboard with equations
    - New to the Faculty
    Chanda Prescod-Weinstein is a theoretical cosmologist whose scholarship breaks down intellectual and disciplinary barriers. Read More
  • Mike Paglia and Dave Hallal in an empty warehouse
    - Biotech Innovators
    David Hallal ’88 and Mike Paglia ’02G are united in ElevateBio, a new venture for cell and gene therapy innovation. Read More
  • Sachiko Akiyama works on a large wood sculpture
    - Sculpture Spaces
    Assistant professor of sculpture Sachiko Akiyama received a major grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Read More
  • Paula Mouser
    - Faculty Grants
    Matthew MacManesMatthew MacManes, assistant professor of genome-enabled biology National Institutes of Health Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award $1.7 million for research... Read More
  • SEA-KIT
    - Next in XPRIZE
    More than 80 percent of our Earth’s seafloor is not mapped to high resolution; we have a clearer picture of the surface of Mars than of the ocean floor. A team of UNH alumni has... Read More
  • Jennifer Jacobs
    - Insights on a Changing Climate
    UNH research left its mark on the monumental Fourth National Climate Assessment, released in November 2018 by 13 government agencies. Jennifer Jacobs, professor of civil and... Read More