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Top 6 Reasons to Get a Degree in Biochemistry

Friday, March 10, 2023
A degree in biochemistry is an excellent choice for anyone interested in the science of life and the molecular processes that govern it, as it offers a fascinating and dynamic field of study that prepares graduates for diverse and exciting career opportunities, including biochemistry and cell and molecular biology jobs. Read More
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Undergraduate Major Spotlight: Neuroscience and Behavior

Monday, March 6, 2023
The neuroscience and behavior undergraduate major at UNH offers hands-on experience in cutting-edge research and a strong foundation in the biological sciences. Read More
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Undergraduate Major Spotlight: Nutrition

Monday, February 13, 2023
The nutrition program at UNH opens pathways to a wide range of careers while providing students with a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between food, metabolism, nutrients and our health. Read More
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UNH Macfarlane Research Greenhouses Open House held April 1

Monday, January 30, 2023
Free and open to the public: Discover locally inspired horticulture research at this year's UNH Macfarlane Research Greenhouses Open House, taking place Saturday, April 1, from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Read More
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Undergraduate Major Spotlight: Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems

Monday, January 30, 2023
The sustainable agriculture and food systems undergraduate major at UNH offers hands-on experience in cutting-edge research and a strong foundation in the biological sciences. Read More
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Sign up by Feb. 10 to Have INSPIRED Forestry Mailed to You

Thursday, January 26, 2023
The latest edition of the INSPIRED research report—produced and distributed by the NHAES—highlights research into the Granite State’s forests and forest ecosystems, exploring the science behind new management practices that incorporate cutting-edge technologies and prepare for climate change. Read More
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Cutting-Edge Careers

Wednesday, January 18, 2023
COLSA's graduate degrees in molecular and cellular biotechnology (MCBT) and in bioinformatics equip students with the advanced training and connections necessary to either break into biotechnology or the management of biological data or accelerate their careers. Read More
A photo showing COLSA alum Cassie Mullen '16, a white woman with long blond hair, standing in front of a two-story building that is under construction. Cassie looks off in the distance.

Planning With a Purpose

Wednesday, January 11, 2023
Cassie Mullen ’16 is a COLSA alumna who works for New Hampshire Housing to help address the Granite State's housing crisis. Read More
UNH COLSA alum Kelsey Meyer stands on a boat holding up a shellfish trap and wearing a t-shirt with the words NH Shellfish Farmers Initiative on it. Kelsey is white with hair tucked beneath a ballcap and the t-shirt is teal.

Supporting New Hampshire’s Shellfish Farmers

Wednesday, January 11, 2023
Kelsey Meyer, a Ph.D. in marine biology major at COLSA, raises awareness of Granite State’s burgeoning shellfish industry as the coordinator of the New Hampshire Shellfish Farmers Initiative. Read More
A white woman wearing brown coveralls stands in the milking parlor. Next to her is a milking machine and she cleans the pink utters of a dairy cow.

Swapping Classrooms for Cow Barns

Wednesday, January 11, 2023
In the student-led, two-semester CREAM course at UNH, students gain hands-on experience caring for dairy cows and managing and participating in everything from herd health to dairy production to in-class education. Read More