New research shows that climate change is altering the transition period from winter to the new growing season in ways that could have ecological, social, and economic consequences.
To stimulate STEM innovation, foster entrepreneurial skills, and win prizes, the NSF and AACC are inviting student teams to submit STEM-based solutions to real-world problems.
Marc Sedam, UNH vice provost, innovation/new ventures, and Terry Large, director of engineering and tech services at Eversource, sat down with Fred Kocher to discuss the just-released NHURIP.
The NHURIP focuses on helping the state accelerate innovation-led development by strengthening ties between research and existing and emerging advanced industries.
Research and development by industry and universities in NH have lagged behind the rest of the country, says a new report that recommends the two groups do a better job partnering.
The project, funded by an EPSCoR Track-2 award, brings together scientists from Montana, Rhode Island and Nebraska to investigate the neural basis of attention.
The NH University Research & Industry Plan is focused on accelerating innovation-led development by aligning academic research with NH's advanced industries.
The just-released NH University Research & Industry Plan provides insights based on data-driven evidence of our state's innovation strengths and suggests strategies to capitalize on opportunities...
NH has significant untapped potential to improve its economy by developing synergies between its industry and university research enterprises.
EPSCoR researcher Scott Ollinger will lead a team of UNH researchers on a new $1.25 million NSF grant to understand the impact of forest biodiversity on climate change.
Natural services, such as flood mitigation and water filtration, can not only be cost effective compared to engineered methods but also tend to come with other benefits. What's your natural capital?
Students: Deadlines are approaching for many of the graduate fellowship and undergraduate scholarship opportunities available from the Institute for Broadening Participation.
Students at the University of New Hampshire teamed up this summer to help protect the Great Bay and its burgeoning oyster industry.
UNH researchers want to know how climate change will affect water quality of streams in NH. But as those streams have dried up in this summer’s drought, collecting data has become limited.
Middle school girls create smartphone apps, and teachers observe and explore new ways to engage students in a learning lab. It's all part of the Creative Computing Challenge.