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Funding for Forests

UNH Extension received two grants that will support their work in managing and protecting the state's forests. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Woman in plaid shirt holds whale baleen so library patrons can see
    - Outreach That’s Not Overdue
      A new program connects UNH Extension with New Hampshire's public libraries. Read More
  • Female graduate student on a boat holding a male blue crab
    - Crustacean Consternation
    UNH researchers have documented the first-ever pair of mated blue crabs in Great Bay Estuary, with potentially serious impacts on the ecosystem. Read More
  • Aerial image of Abisko, Sweden, with lakes and green land near mountains.
    - Carbon Gatekeepers
    Ruth Varner has received a $3.4 million grant from the Department of Energy to study the effects of climate change on methane emissions in Arctic lakes. Read More
  • Professor_Shawna_Hollen
    - Quantum Leap
    Shawna Hollen, an associate professor in the department of physics and astronomy, was recently awarded a $350,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to create and... Read More
  • Remote Alaskan mountain with snow in foreground
    - Baking and Quaking
    With $1.7 million in National Science Foundation funding, UNH researchers will study how climate change in the Arctic could affect earthquake-related disasters. Read More
  • Three researchers walk through a salt marsh at sunrise
    - Research Snapshot: Early Birds
    UNH researchers study tidal marsh sparrows to understand how they're adapted to living in the harsh environment of salt marshes. Read More
  • Two researchers stand in front of a red robot
    - Aging Assistance
    An interdisciplinary team of UNH researchers has received a $2.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop technology that could help seniors age in place. Read More
  • Hand holding a live fish, Arctic charr
    - Fish Out of Cold Water?
    Nathan Furey, assistant professor of biological sciences.Arctic charr, true to its name, is a cold-water fish that makes its southern-most home in Maine lakes, putting it at... Read More
  • Students wearing life vests stand at the edge of a test tank
    - Wave Power
    An interdisciplinary team of UNH students took a top prize in the national Marine Energy Collegiate Competition hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy. Read More
  • Researcher in full PPE works beneath a hood
    - Sequencing Variants
    With new funding from the National Institutes of Health, UNH wilil continue its genomic surveillance of COVID-19 variants in New Hampshire. Read More