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  • 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
  • Olson Center
    - Research on the Edge
    In June, a state-of-the-art robot cut a ribbon to officially open UNH’s new John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center on the edge of campus. The center introduces students to the... Read More
  • Dacheng Lin
    - Black Hole Discovery
    A team of space scientists led by UNH Space Science Center research assistant professor Dacheng Lin discovered an elusive intermediate mass black hole when the researchers spied... Read More
  • IMAP
    - YouMap, IMAP
    When NASA launches its Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe (IMAP) mission in 2024, it will carry an instrument designed and built by a team of UNH engineers and scientists... Read More
  • Moose
    - Drained Dry
    The winter tick — a tiny parasite thriving as winters warm and shorten — is decimating northern New England’s moose population, a three-year UNH study found. Published in the... Read More
  • Corinna Jenkins Tucker
    - Teen Chaos
    For adolescents navigating the rocky road of physical and emotional changes, a disorganized and unstable home life can lead to greater depression, poorer physical health and... Read More
  • Outdoor behavioral healthcare
    - Research on the Edge
    A landmark study by UNH researchers Michael Gass, professor of outdoor education, and Anita Tucker, associate professor of social work, found that for adolescents with mental... Read More
  • UNH faculty honors
  • Xuanmao (Mao) Chen, assistant professor of neurobiology
    - UNH Researchers Identify Role Sex-Biased Protein May Play in Autism
    A new discovery could lead to promising autism treatment strategies. Read More