The 11th New Hampshire Water & Watershed Conference will be held March 23, 2018 at Plymouth State University. Register now as space is limited!
Mill Pond Dam has been the focus of some hard decisions in the Durham, NH community. How did nutrient dynamics play a role in their thinking?
Carrie Greenough's work on New Hampshire viewsheds highlighted the vital role of communities in research and public planning.
NH EPSCoR researchers find that some major effects of climate change could be felt in New England as soon as mid-century.
The NH University Research & Industry Plan lays out a roadmap for capitalizing on untapped opportunities for economic growth that could draw younger workers to the state.
Real-time snowpack monitoring will be made possible this winter by NH EPSCoR-supported SnowSentry™ technology.
New research supported by NH EPSCoR aims to improve the health of Great Bay Estuary by better managing nonpoint nitrogen inputs.
Sophie Scott's research reflected her roots, focusing on local ecological knowledge among surfing communities in the Gulf of Maine.
UNH Professor of Environmental Science and NH EPSCoR researcher Bill McDowell is featured as part of the UNH Faculty Excellence 2017 video series, along with his PhD student Bianca Rodriguez-Cardona.
New NIH COBRE grant will speed translation of biomedical research to disease treatment.
From NHBR: UNH is using the University Research & Industry Plan as a “playbook” to focus on NH’s top innovation clusters.
The first post in the new collaborative team science blog introduces the project team and sets the stage for blogging about issues related to dam decision-making.
The 10th NH Water & Watershed Conference focused on the progress made in water resources over the past ten years and what we might expect over the next ten.
The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) invites applications for three exciting new post-doc opportunities scheduled to start in August 2017.