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    - UNH Researchers to Help Identify Barriers of Manufacturing in Space
    Imagine being tens or even hundreds of thousands of miles from Earth and needing a specific part vital for a space endeavor. Now imagine instead of having to return to Earth or... Read More
  • Researcher Harish Vashisth stands with arms crossed in darkened hallway
    - Repurposing Drug Compound Could Slow COVID Spread
    Krisztina Varga, associate Professor of Molecular, cellular and Biomedical Sciences. Photo by Jeremy Gasowski. With the end of the pandemic seemingly nowhere in sight,... Read More
  • Suburban yard with some cut grass and some left long
    - How Low Can You Mow?
    Not a fan of mowing the lawn? Good news: Cutting the grass less may be better for the environment. Trimming the number of times you run the mower around the yard, known as “low... Read More
  • Wide angle shot of engineers measuring beach
    - Building Momentum for the Blue Economy
    When it comes to the economy, the ocean is a major player — from tourism to energy, seafood to shipping, the world’s marine-related assets tally up to trillions of dollars. But... Read More
  • Two researchers stand in front of a red robot
    - CoRE Strength
    For five years, UNH's CoRE program has jump-started interdisciplinary collaborations. Read More
  • Dr. Kristen Johnson, right, working in the lab with students
    - Mentor Highlights: Dr. Kristen Johnson
    Kristen Johnson, assistant professor of biotechnology at UNH Manchester, was recently featured in Inquiry, the annual undergraduate research journal of UNH. Read More
  • Jared O'Connell '22, a UNH Manchester senior in the computer science program
    - Networking for Success
    For Jared O'Connell '22, networking opportunities were key in turning a software engineering internship into a full-time role. Read More
  • Kalle Matso smiles in the sunlight.
    - Prepping for New Leadership
    Kalle Matso has been selected as the next director for the Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership.  Read More
  • Chanda Prescod-Weinstein looks at the camera in front of a painting
    - Literary Luminary
    The LA Times Book Prize in science and technology went to Chanda Prescod-Weinstein for "The Disordered Cosmos." Read More
  • Campus aerial photo in fall
    - Getting SMART
    Six University of New Hampshire students have been awarded Science, Math and Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarships from the Department of Defense, the largest number of... Read More