• Bioinnovations Symposium: Keynote Speaker M. SELIM ÜNLÜ
    HOT TOPICS IN BIOMATERIALS & TISSUE ENGINEERING! 2 days, 60 talks, ground-breaking science & engineering. Find new collaborators. Tour the ARMI Tissue Foundry. June 11-12 in beautiful NH. REGISTER NOW:  bit.ly/biocollab
  • Bioinnovations Symposium: Join Us!
    REGISTER NOW:  bit.ly/biocollab. Hot topics in biomaterials & tissue engineering!  Find new collaborators.  Tour the ARMI Tissue Foundry. 2 days, 60 talks, ground-breaking science & engineering. June 11-12 in beautiful NH.
  • Bioinnovations Symposium: Plenary Speaker Ebru Oral
    FIND NEW COLLABORATORS! Hot topics in biomaterials & tissue engineering! 2 days, 60 talks, ground-breaking science & engineering. Tour the ARMI Tissue Foundry. June 11-12 in beautiful NH. REGISTER NOW:  bit.ly/biocollab
  • Bioinnovations Symposium: Plenary Speaker B. Jill Venton
    REGISTER NOW:  bit.ly/biocollab. Hot topics in biomaterials & tissue engineering!  Find new collaborators.  Tour the ARMI Tissue Foundry. 2 days, 60 talks, ground-breaking science & engineering. June 11-12 in beautiful NH.
  • Bioinnovations Symposium: Plenary Speaker Jennifer MacDonald
    FIND NEW COLLABORATORS! Hot topics in biomaterials & tissue engineering! 2 days, 60 talks, ground-breaking science & engineering. Tour the ARMI Tissue Foundry. June 11-12 in beautiful NH. REGISTER NOW:  bit.ly/biocollab

Announcements

BIOINNOVATIONS SYMPOSIUM: CATALYZING COLLABORATIONS

This event will showcase novel research on biomaterials for human health, bringing together academic scientists with industry. The symposium will be held June 11-12, 2014, in Manchester, NH, and will feature a tour of the ARMI BioFabUSA Tissue Foundry, as well as dozens of high-level technical talks. Topics include novel approaches in wearable and implantable biosensors, tissue engineering and advanced implants, and the use of AI/ML in these technologies.  Learn More

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Major NSF Funding Will Advance N.H.’s Science and Technology Leadership

$8M grant boosts research capacity of community colleges, undergraduate-serving institutions, industry

New Hampshire will advance its leadership as an innovator in science and technology and increase its STEM workforce with investments across the state’s institutions of higher education, funded by a major National Science Foundation grant. The $8 million cooperative agreement award to UNH, one of just three of its type in the nation, aims to increase research opportunities, mentoring, training, and partnerships between New Hampshire’s community colleges, four-year colleges and universities and industry.


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Join us in Laramie, Wyoming!

Registration is now open! The 3rd annual BIO-SENS Industry-Academic Biotechnology Symposium will be held on July 30 at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, WY. The symposium will feature student presentations, academic and industry keynote speakers, panel discussions, and networking time to begin building connections and collaboration across industry and academia.


UNH Stream Safari Introduction

STREAM SAFARI

Stream Safari, intiated through NH EPSCoR's Ecosystem and Society Project (Track 1) ten years ago, is still going strong! Want to be part of this exciting and fun outreach event? Stream Ecology Educator Training for teachers and volunteers starts in early May!

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Winter is losing its chill

Since 1970, areas in the Northeast and the Great Lakes region have warmed faster than any other regions in the country. “When I see the loss of snow and cold conditions, when it’s just like perpetual twig season, it doesn’t feel like home anymore,” reflects climate scientist Elizabeth Burakowski, a former NH EPSCoR graduate student and now research assistant professor at the University of New Hampshire in the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space in the April 2024 edition of NH Business Review.

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NEW TREATMENT AVENUE FOR SEPSIS

NH BioMade scientists are researching a novel treatment for sepsis using the biologically-derived pigment melanin. Their work is featured as the cover image in Advanced Materials Interfaces.


NH BioMade Highlights

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CLOSING IN ON CHRONIC WOUND TREATMENT

Kyung Jae Jeong & Young Jo Kim; UNH

University of New Hampshire EPSCoR researchers have been awarded a three-year, $600,000 National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to further their work developing an injectable treatment for chronic wounds that uses gelatin combined with melanin extracted from cuttlefish, a marine invertebrate. The foundation for this research was established through a seed funding grant from NH BioMade. Read More