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A cyanobacterial bloom on the surface of a lake

Researching Healthy Lakes

UNH researchers will examine how lake water quality in the Northeast’s temperate forests changed over the past three decades. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Small group of peope wearing 3D glasses crowd around a computer
    - Lawmakers Visit
    New Hampshire legislators visited the Durham campus Oct. 3. Read More
  • Nathan Schwadron, professor of physics at UNH
    - Communications Breakdown?
    Radiation from the sun’s solar wind can damage satellites we depend on for things like cell phones and ATMs. Professor of physics Nathan Schwadron aims to understand that... Read More
  • Larry Mayer in the Arctic
    - Mayer Delivers Thamsk Lecture
    Larry Mayer delivers the prestigious Thamsk Lecture at the Royal Swedish Academies of Sciences. Read More
  • UNH student in internship at Lonza Biologics
    - Getting a Taste of Real-World Biotech
    http://www.lonza.com/about-lonza/company-profile/locations-worldwide/portsmouth-nh-usa.aspxHow do you know if your dream career is the right career? You do what these UNH students... Read More
  • UNH professor emeritus J. Brent Loy with Slick Pik summer squash
    - The Matchmaker
    J. Brent Loy puts the cucurbits on your table. Read More
  • Student looks into a microscope in a UNH lab
    - Biomedical Excellence
    UNH has been awarded a five-year, $10 million National Institutes of Health grant Read More
  • 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
    - Advancing Manufacturing
    UNH will launch a pilot project in collaboration with New Hampshire’s community colleges and advanced manufacturing partners to address the workforce needs of the state’s advanced... Read More
  • abstract sustainability illustration of leaves, eyes, bugs and part of an institution
    - Blue and White and Green All Over
    Take a walk through campus and it’s easy to get lost in UNH’s natural beauty. Tree-lined sidewalks border burbling streams and wander over gently rolling hills and past jutting... Read More
  • UNH student Kathryn Bennett ’18
    - Starting Somewhere
    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 always been passionate about... Read More