“I’ve delivered calves in high heels,” says Rosie Cabral, a Ph.D. student at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) interested in improving neonatal calf immunity to positively impact the lifetime production of dairy herds.
With the center’s assistance and grants, some 3,000 undergraduates have been taking their research to a new level since 1987.
What’s the best way to help people with hand injuries get back to their daily activities?
What can salamanders tell us about the health of local streams?
Is there a greener way to turn algae into biodiesel?
New course teaches the latest in organic farming techniques and research.
“Walk around the farm. Dream. Think about what you would do if this were your farm.” That’s what Trent Schriefer, superintendent of the UNH Organic Dairy Research Farm since 2009, encouraged his eight students to do last fall. “Explore. Let yourself imagine it.”
Yannis Korkolis, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of New Hampshire, received a prestigious Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation.
Map view of bathymetry of southern Mariana Trench Challenger Deep area. Arrow points to circle that identifies the location of the deepest sounding in the trench (10,994 meters). White contours are 10,000-meter isobath.
Eberhard Möbius. Space scientists, including researchers from UNH, have described the
first detailed analyses of samples of captured interstellar neutral
atoms – raw material for the formation of new stars, planets, and human