STEM

Landscape view of forest with mountains in distance

Woodland Woes

New England has been losing forestland to development at a rate of 65 acres per day, according to report co-authored by John Aber. Read More
Biaxial tester, used in advanced manufacturing
UNH will launch a pilot project in collaboration with New Hampshire’s community colleges and advanced manufacturing partners to address the workforce... Read More
UNH student Kathryn Bennett ’18
For Kathryn Bennett ’18, a student in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, an interest in sustainability began at a young age. “I have... Read More
UNH's Flow Physics Facility Wind Tunnel
Running 26.2 miles in less than two hours: it’s long been the moonshot of distance running, a feat at the very limits of athletic achievement. When a... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Large computerized instrument, a sorting flow cytometer
    - Cell Sorter
    Need your cells sorted? The University Instrumentation Center’s new sorting flow cytometer can help. Read More
  • Icebreaker Healy in Arctic
    - Northwest Passage
    For two days in March, UNH will be the epicenter for discussions about how New England will respond to changes in the Arctic. Read More
  • UNH professor Kelley Thomas
    - Lab Luminary
    Kelley Thomas has been designated a STEM Exemplar by the P.I. Program. Read More
  • map of ocean floor
    - Prize on the Bottom of the Sea
    A team of UNH-trained hydrographers are in the running for the $7 million Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE.  Read More
  • UNH graduate Rachel Sabol '17
    - Bio Brain
    When you talk with Rachel Sabol ’17 about her scholarly work, it’s as if she’s been in bioresearch for years. Read More
  • map of US showing where UNH faculty will be watching total eclipse
    - Chasing the Moon
    UNH faculty are traveling to what's known as the path of totality to witness the Aug. 21 eclipse. Find out where they're going. Read More
  • Image of a total solar eclipse
    - We’re All Heliophysicists
     Nathan Schwadron, professor of physics in the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space. (Photo: Jacob Withee, UNH Communications and Public Affairs)On Aug. 21, UNH... Read More
  • SEM image of volcanic ash
    - Smart Ash
    New UNH research will help scientists measure, and thus predict the movement of, tiny particles like ash from volcanic eruptions. Read More
  • Olivia Bartlett, a UNH doctoral candidate and Switzer fellow
    - Environmental Science Standout
    Olivia Bartlett is the latest UNH student to receive a sought-after Switzer Environmental Fellowship. Read More
  • UNH's Molly Jacobson '17
    - Bird-Spurred
    Protecting Maine’s shorebirds leaves Molly Jacobson '17 happy as a lark. Read More