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  • Living Bridge Panel a Sold-Out Success
    - Living Bridge Panel a Sold-Out Success
    UNH students and faculty gathered with the local Portsmouth community for a special evening in honor of the Living Bridge Project. Read More
  • A reindeer with fuzzy antlers browses for food on the ground.
    - Climate (Diet) Change
    As the Arctic rapidly warms from climate change, reindeer are responding by eating different foods available during the longer growing seasons.  Read More
  • Melissa Gloekler and the flume
    - Enter the Flume
    UNH grad student delves deep into environmental engineering. Read More
  • Text on a page surrounded by colorful ocean graphics.
    - Rising Above The Crowd
    Undergraduates at UNH are leading their own research project sand publishing the data and results, sometimes before they even graduate. Read More
  • A rocket takes off with white-red flames behind it.
    - Satellites' Bumpy Ride
    Scientists find auroral "speed bumps" are complicated. Read More
  • UNH grad student Melissa Melendez stands on the deck of a research vessel.
    - Finish-Line Fellowship
    UNH doctoral student Melissa Meléndez-Oyola has received a prestigious Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship. Read More
  • An illustration of lightning striking the Earth near an array of antennas.
    - Leading the Charge
    New 3D data images have revealed the cause for unusual electrical activity in storm clouds. Read More
  • Julissa Freund
    - Helping Others Through Research
    Julissa Freund ’20 is passionate about helping others. She discovered her calling to conduct research that makes a difference following her sophomore year at UNH. “I find research... Read More
  • Edward Song
    - Engineering Neuroscience
    Edward Song, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, received a prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation. Read More
  • Three flashes of lightning emerge from the same cloud.
    - At Lightning Speed
    In a first-of-its-kind observation, UNH researchers have documented an unusual phenomenon that occurs in the clouds before a lightning flash emerges. Read More