Research

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The University of New Hampshire is among the top-tier for research institutions nationally, ranking in the top 20 percent of universities nationwide for research funding. Research is central to the mission of the Manchester campus. Our faculty experts are driven to discover, which empowers our students to do the same. Explore the resources, publications and opportunities that transform and inspire our community of innovators.

The Agnes Lindsay STEM Fellowship

 

This program recognizes and supports the development of talent among Manchester School District high school students, particularly those who are underrepresented in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).


 

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Recent Research News & Headlines

 

Lecturer in Biology Dr. Sue Cooke is New Hampshire's first partner instructor for Tiny Earth, a network of instructors and students focused on crowdsourcing antibiotic discovery from soil.
Dr. Sue Cooke Joins Initiative to Fight Shortage of New Antibiotics
Dr. Sue Cooke Joins Initiative to Fight Shortage of New Antibiotics
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College students from around the state came to campus to learn about regenerative manufacturing
BioHackNH: Right Place, Right Time
BioHackNH: Right Place, Right Time
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Biotechnology Program Revamps Course, Equipment Aligned With ARMI
Biotechnology Program Revamps Course, Equipment Aligned With ARMI
Biotechnology Program Revamps Course, Equipment Aligned With ARMI
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