Bacteria Blooms Threaten Lake, Human and Animal Health
The Cyanobacteria Monitoring Collective (CMC) conference was held at UNH’s Durham campus in January. The CMC, which includes professional scientists, citizen scientists and trained water professionals, met to discuss ongoing efforts to track blooms and strategize about ways to educate the public.
Looking to the Brain for Answers
Meet Arturo Andrade, whose neurobiological research may lead to new, more effective treatments for chronic pain and anxiety.
Protecting Forests on an Interconnected and Changing Planet
Jeff Garnas says that the planet's forests face serious problems due to climate change and a global trade system that make possible the spread of insects and pathogens.
A Dedicated Educator Has Her Dream Job
Find out why this clinical assistant professor says that there is nothing she'd rather be doing than teaching medical laboratory science and helping students fulfill their potential.
Accomplished researcher and educator brings strong background in sustainable farming systems
Find out what David Mortensen thinks about his new role at COLSA, what lead him to his career as a researcher and educator, and why finding sustainable ways to feed the world is more important than ever.