Stories in Topic: Science

  • Ocean Discovery Day
    09.19.13 - Ocean Discovery Day
    Dive Into Marine Science 2013
  • 09.12.13 - Making Connections With the InterOperability Lab
    25 Years of Technological Testing and Training Future Generations of Engineers
    If your Dell computer prints to your HP printer and your smartphone programs your TV, you might thank some UNH students.
  • Bollershark
    09.12.13 - UNH Launches School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering
    Integrates the University’s Various Marine-related Research, Teaching and Outreach Activities
    Larry Mayer is the director of the University of New Hampshire’s new School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering. Mayer, a professor of Earth science and ocean engineering, is also director of UNH’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping and co-director of the UNH-NOAA Joint Hydrographic Center.
  • The Van Allen Probes
    09.12.13 - Dazzling Discoveries
    Twin NASA probes with UNH-led instruments aboard mark a year of stellar scientific achievement.
    The Van Allen Probes elliptical orbits will range in altitude from 373 to 23,000 miles. Artist's rendering courtesy of Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.
  • New England Fall Astronomy
    09.05.13 - Author Dava Sobel Headlines New England Fall Astronomy Festival at UNH Sept. 13-14
  • KEEPERS
    08.08.13 - Looking for a Learning Moment
    Abby Lewis Hatfield
  • 08.08.13 - Little Green Appledore
    Engineering Interns at Shoals Marine Lab Bring Sustainability to Island
    On an island seven miles off the New Hampshire coastline in the midst of one of the soggiest summers in memory, worrying about enough water seems counter-productive.
  • 08.08.13 - Seven Hundred Feet Down, a Thousand Years Back
    UNH Scientists Drill Alaskan Ice Cores in Collaborative NSF Project
  • Minke Whale dissection
    08.08.13 - Land Blubber
    A Stinky Minke Gives Shoals Marine Laboratory Students Unique Dissection
    Talk about a whale of a learning experience.
  • ProjectSMART balloon
    07.25.13 - Heavenly Science: Student Balloons Video Earth Below, Space Above
    Flight systems Alpha and Bravo seconds after launch from the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish, N.H. Photo by Nick Lajoie
  • EXCELL
    07.25.13 - Summer: Sun, Fun, and Science
    UNH Manchester biololgy teaching assistant Zaynav Mahmod from Jordan assists Tan Dao from Vietnam precipitate his DNA sample during UNH Manchester's Summer EXCELL Program.
  • 07.11.13 - School of Fish
    Research Takes Pre-Medical Student into International Waters
    Pre-medical student Tim Marquis
  • 07.11.13 - Science Education Gets Real at Sanborn Regional
    Graduate Alum Leads Clean Up of Powwow Pond
    Students study a watershed model from the Dept. of Environmental Services...
  • 06.13.13 - LunaCats Rocket to Third Place in NASA Competition
    Created Remote-Controlled Excavator to Mine the Moon
  • Ocean Buoy
    06.13.13 - The Yin and Yang of Coastal Carbon
    UNH Scientists Piece Together the Gulf of Maine’s Carbon Cycle Puzzle
    UNH carbon dioxide sentinel buoy off Appledore Island after January 2013 Nor'easter. Photo by Shawn Shellito, UNH-EOS.
  • Rockweed
    06.13.13 - One Potato, Two Potato, Sea Potato
    UNH Scientists Document First Expansion of ‘Sea Potato’ Seaweed Into New England
    University of New Hampshire graduate student Hannah Traggis holds Colpomenia peregrina found at Fort Stark in New Castle in April 2012. Credit: Hannah Traggis
  • 05.30.13 - Upstream Impact
    Graduate Students Inspire the Next Generation of STEM Scholars
    Students from the Biotechnology Program at Dover High School visited the UNH campus to learn about graduate level research. The visit was organized by the UNH Women in Science Group.
  • 05.23.13 - Math Lecturer Hits Prime Time
    New Proof Heralded for Breakthrough in Centuries-Old Problem
    Tom Zhang, lecturer in mathematics at the University of New Hampshire
  • Car 49, UNH Precision Racing
    05.23.13 - Precision Racing Team Prevails at International Competition
    Small Budget, Huge Effort Pay Off for UNH Seniors
  • Josh Chabot '13 and May-Win Thein
    05.16.13 - From Manchester to the Moon
    Senior leads prize-winning mechanical engineering team
    Josh Chabot '13 and his adviser, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering May-Win Thein, pose with the fruit of three years' labor: a tabletop NASA satellite simulator that will be used to analyze the dynamics of real satellites soon to be orbiting Earth.