Spotlight

Chemistry graduate student Ian Ferraro (Anyin Li Group) working with collaborators Nancy Fernandes and Roger Connolly from Lonza Biologics on the analysis of therapeutic proteins using electrospray ionization mass spectrometry.
Chemistry Professor Chris Bauer is the recipient of the 2023 Distinguished Professor Award! His dedication to serving chemistry and education extends well beyond UNH, and has been especially impactful here in New Hampshire. After more than four decades of service at the University of New Hampshire...
In January the Chemistry Department hosted some wonderful middle schoolers from Nottingham School! They visited us to learn about chemistry and what we do in the department. We are so happy to be able to reach out to young students in our community. Who knows, maybe they'll be studying with us in a...
Prof. White-Mathieu uses organic chemistry for the development of fluorescent molecules that address major challenges in biology. Focusing on the essential roles of membranes in cells, these novel fluorescent scaffolds are designed to investigate cellular signaling pathways and enable super-...
Prof. White-Mathieu uses organic chemistry for the development of fluorescent molecules that address major challenges in biology. Focusing on the essential roles of membranes in cells, these novel fluorescent scaffolds are designed to investigate cellular signaling pathways and enable super-...
Prof. White-Mathieu uses organic chemistry for the development of fluorescent molecules that address major challenges in biology. Focusing on the essential roles of membranes in cells, these novel fluorescent scaffolds are designed to investigate cellular signaling pathways and enable super-...
Alumni recieves Career Achievement in Research Award
Steven Koenig, a UNH alum and Endowed Chair of Cardiac Implant Science in the Cardiovascular Innovation Institute (CII) at the University of Louisville UofL), was recently honored with the UofL School of Medicine’s Career Achievement in Research Award. 
Electrical Engineering Student Makes an ECG from Start to Finish
Michaela Harrington is a senior electrical engineering major. For one of her labs, Michaela and her classmates created a working ECG to record electrical signals in the heart. 
Postdoctoral Diversity and Innovation Scholar in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Read UNH Today's article about Jerome Amedu's experience as the STEM research fellowship reciepient. 
Astrid Zapata, MS Oceanography in EOS, the American Geophisical Union Weekly Newsletter
We are so proud of Dr. Yuan Chen for successfully defending his dissertation! His dissertation is entitled: Ratiometric Fluorescent Sensors Based on Non-covalent Crosslinked Molecular Imprinted Polymers. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SOPHOMORE WORKS ON FLIGHT HARDWARE FOR AN ORBITAL ROBOT
Joseph Aubut, a mechanical engineering sophomore, beams about his work at the Olson Center. "The thing that I enjoy most about the Olson Center is the ability to gain experience so early into my college career; not many people my age can operate a 5-axis CNC milling...