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  • UNH space physics professor Noe Lugaz
    - Space Weather Editor
    Noé Lugaz, research associate professor of physics and astronomy, is the new editor-in-chief of the journal Space Weather,. Read More
  • Voices of Wildcats
    - Voices of Wildcats
    A fascination with the secrets hidden beneath the sea and inside our brains led Megan Molinari ’21 to a dual major in neuroscience and marine biology.   Read More
  • EPA recycling graphic
    - The Rewards of Recycling
    When three senior engineering students collaborated for a class assignment, they had no idea it would lead to much more than a letter grade. Read More
  • Spaulding
    - Making Room for Science
    Spaulding Hall was built in 1960. Except for a partial renovation almost 40 years later, nothing has been done to the science building since then — making the in-progress... Read More
  • XPRIZE
    - Eyes on the XPRIZE
    Today, less than 10 percent of the world’s oceans have been mapped to high resolution. But efforts to map the remaining 90 percent could happen more quickly than previously... Read More
  • GLIMR infographic
    - OCEAN GLIMR
    In August, UNH received from NASA its largest-ever single research contract: $107.9 million to develop a space-based instrument to study coastal ecosystems near the Gulf of Mexico... Read More
  • John Snow '22
    - Innovation Scholar Builds Network
    When Jon Snow ‘22 learned about the opportunity to build a network, work in the UNH InterOperability Laboratory (IOL) and begin his college year with a unique experience through... Read More
  • Nine students study geosciences at UNH.
    - Closing the Gap
    Nine undergrads traveled from the Mid-Atlantic to take part in an intensive geoscience research program at UNH.  Read More
  • tall blades of kelp seaweed in the Gulf of Maine
    - Climate Change and Turf Seaweed Causing “Patchy” Seascape
    The effects of climate change are becoming more apparent, from the rapidly warming Gulf of Maine to more frequent and severe storms and the increase of invasive turf seaweed. UNH... Read More
  • Reclaiming STEM: East Coast Edition
    - Reclaiming STEM: East Coast Edition
    “The day was one of excitement, vulnerability, and empowerment with over 70 participants and speakers,” said Tamara Marcus, Ph.D. student in UNH’s Natural Resources and Earth... Read More