School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering

Group of people wearing lifejackets huddle in a circle in a pool

Research Snapshot: Offshore Survival

The engineering tank in Chase Ocean Engineering Lab is no match for the chilly offshore waters of the Gulf of Maine, but it stood in ably for a recent offshore marine survival class hosted by the Center for Acoustics Research and Education (CARE). UNH graduate students, faculty and staff joined... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Multiple smoke plumes from wildfires are seen from airplane above mountains and lakes.
    - Arctic Air
    UNH researchers have received an NSF grant to study the mechanisms of wintertime air pollution in Arctic regions.  Read More
  • A snow-covered mountain near a body of water and autumn foliage in the foreground.
    - Converging on Climate Science
    A new graduate traineeship program will help students expand their climate research skills while working closely with Arctic Indigenous people.  Read More
  • Powered by the Sea
    - Powered by the Sea
    UNH will lead the new Atlantic Marine  Energy Center, focusing on research to address renewable ocean energy, with a  nearly $10M award from the Department of Energy. Read More
  • rocky shoreline of the water's edge near a boat dock.
    - Passings: Edward McIntosh
    UNH mourns the loss of the first captain of UNH's original marine research vessel.  Read More
  • Eelgrass in Great Bay Estuary
    - Giving Eelgrass an Edge
    UNH researchers received a new NOAA grant that aims to improve the health of eelgrass in Great Bay. Read More
  • Aerial photo of UNH campus in fall, with bright trees in front of T Hall
    - Record Funding
    UNH researchers brought in $260 million in competitive funding in FY21 for projects that improve life in New Hampshire and beyond. Read More
  • Aerial shot of UNH campus in summer, with T Hall in center
    - Interdisciplinary to the CoRE
    Fourteen teams of researchers have received funding for interdisciplinary projects through the Collaborative Research Excellence initiative Read More
  • Natalie Cook stands on a ship in front of the Thomas Jefferson hydrographic vessel.
    - Fantastic Voyage
    Natalie Cook '23 spent 45 days aboard a survey vessel this summer to map the seafloor of the Chesapeake Bay.  Read More
  • Researcher strides across ditch in salt marsh carrying square trancept
    - Marsh March
    Research in salt marshes in Rowley, Mass., explores solutions to long-ago created ditches, which increase flooding from sea level rise. Read More
  • Student working in kitchen
    - No Small Connection
    The Small Family Community Fellowship was recently established to provide opportunities for New Hampshire students to apply what they learn in the classroom to important needs at... Read More