Projects

Teachers and students apply technology to real-world challenges.
A digital library that provides public access to a broad suite of data sets generated by our projects.
Ecosystem measurements and monitoring reveal connective tissue between the atmosphere, biosphere, soil, and water resources.
A NASA satellite space mission yields explosive findings.
The EPSCoR Attention Consortium is working to develop a unified model of attention that applies across multiple domains, from single cells to large brain circuits.
NH BioMade will enable rapid advancement in biomaterials design and manufacturing and support the rapidly growing New Hampshire biomaterials industry.
Training and Retaining a Skilled Workforce.
NH BioMade offers seed funds for research pilot projects and education and workforce development projects.
Funding Opportunities from NH BioMade
Providing support to NH community college students seeking to complete their bachelor’s degrees at NH four-year institutions.
Strengthening research capabilities in competitive aerospace and aerospace-related research activities.
A strategic plan focused on aligning university research strengths with our state’s substantial base of existing and emerging advanced industries.
Scientists discover a new way to detect a pathogenic bacteria strain in oyster beds.
Explore research publications fully or partially supported by our programs.
Students redesign an environmental sensor to monitor snow loads and prevent roofs from collapsing.
Infusing cutting-edge science into the management of beaches and shellfish beds along the Gulf of Maine.
Bringing inquiry-based learning into the classroom through summer research opportunities.
The world's largest scientific wind tunnel enables new partnerships with industry.
Merging science with community engagement to strengthen decisions about the future of dams in New England.
Early investments in fiber optics catalyze seven state internet expansion projects.
Offering NH undergraduate STEM students authentic research training to advance their career in biomaterials and biomanufacturing.
Offering NH high school and community college students hands-on experiences to use their classroom learning in a real-life setting.