NH BioMade News

A seed funding opportunity is available to develop curriculum or training enhancements that will better prepare students to enter a career in biomaterials or bio-related advanced manufacturing.
Chenfeng Ke
Chenfeng Ke of Dartmouth, a member of the NH BioMade team, was awarded a prestigious Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award from NSF.
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NH’s biotech and biomed sector is poised to become a major economic driver for the state, and NH’s colleges and universities will play a key role in the success of this fledgling industry.
UNH researchers excited about opportunities of the state-wide NH BioMade effort.
UNH student Mike Locke working at the John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center
The University of New Hampshire will lead a five-year EPSCoR project funded by the National Science Foundation to develop innovative approaches in the development of biomaterials.