News & Updates

UNH scientists receive $1.5 million to investigate human impact on soil microorganisms

(Oct. 10) - Federal grants are part of an effort to better understand the physiology and genetics of soil microorganisms, how human activity is altering them and the implications for the global climate.  Read more.

North Country farms participating in UNH Extension project to boost dairy beef production

(Oct. 9) - Rick Flint, who bills himself as the last dairy farmer on the Androscoggin River in New Hampshire, says he’s cautiously optimistic that colleagues statewide might be able to supplement their stressed incomes under a project under way at his farm and two others in the North Country.  Read more.

UNH and New Futures develop guide to accessing addiction, mental health services

(Sept. 18) - Recognizing a growing need to educate consumers about how to navigate addiction and mental health care services, UNH, in collaboration with the nonprofit New Futures, has developed a guide to help individuals and families in the state access addiction and mental health care services.  Read more.

Drought leaves some researchers thirsty for data

(Sept. 7) - Bill McDowell wants to know how humans and climate change will affect the water quality of streams in southeastern New Hampshire. But as those streams become trickles or disappear altogether in the face of this summer’s drought, much of his fieldwork has come up dry.  Read more.

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