Spotlight

The Boudreau group's work focuses on the design and synthesis of small molecules as inhibitors of ​beta-lactamases​, which are enzymes responsible for bacterial resistance to beta-lactam antibiotics. Antimicrobial resistance has been a recurring and increasing problem arising from the overuse of...
Elizabeth Bright graduated from the University of New Mexico in her home town of Albuquerque. She majored in chemistry and had the privilege of working under Drs. Lorraine Deck and Robert Paine on the synthesis of benzoxazines, compounds which may be effective for binding and removing uranium from...
Taoqing Wang was born in Shanxi Province in China and completed her undergraduate studies as a chemistry major at China Agricultural University, Beijing, China in 2010. She obtained her MSc in bioengineering from the China Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, in 2013 under the supervision of Prof....
Junior Cam Carbone had a unique opportunity to spend his fall semester in the Arctic with more than 25 scientists aboard the polar icebreaker the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Healy. The six-week trip was part of a five-year research initiative known as the SODA (Stratified Ocean Dynamics in the Arctic)...
CEPS researchers excited about opportunities of the state-wide BioMade effort
Faculty members from the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences are leading a statewide research effort to advance biomaterials with the potential to save patient lives and improve overall quality of life as part of the five-year, $20 million NH BioMade grant.
The winning community team in the Social Venture Innovation Challenge at UNH was TheHive. From left to right: Alan Brown, vice president, community relations & CRA manager, Kennebunk Savings; and UNH alumnus Devon Crawford ’18 Electrical Engineering and Jack Nichols, both of Milford.  ...
Congratulations to CEE Assistant Professor Weiwei Mo whose poster was awarded first place at the 2018 American Water Works Association Water Quality Technology Conference in Toronto, Canada out of the 20 posters submitted in the "Treatment Technologies to Improve Water Quality" category.
"I chose to attend UNH because of the combination of having federal funds backing the program, cutting-edge facilties, industry connections, sizeable graduate student population, interdisciplinary ties to other engineering topics and computer science, and physical location within the U.S."
"UNH has a great ocean engineering program, and really great laboratories/facilities for students. That, coupled with the large number of research and funding opportunities here for ocean engineering projects, made UNH one of my top choices for graduate study."
"My favorite spot on campus is the wave tank in the High Bay of the Chase Ocean Engineering Lab. It's quite amazing to look at the beautiful waves created by the tank and relate them to my classes, or rather to connect the math and science of what's happening in front of me.  I get really excited...
"I chose to attend UNH because when applying for college I wasn't entirely sure about what I wanted to do.  When admitted student day rolled around I had the opportunity to get a tour of the Chase Ocean Lab here on campus. When Professor Foster showed me and a few other students around I was...
"I think we have incredible resources here at UNH for the progression of marine renewable energy, from out wave and engineering tanks, to the research vessels and offshore testing sites. The OE program here has allowed me to pursue my passion in a very hands on way."