How Plants Recognize Friends And Foes
NHAES researchers Louis Tisa and Feixia Chu have received a USDA grant to investigate the chemical processes that allow certain plants and bacteria to signal each other that they are friends, not foes. Learn more >>>
Are Algae Blooms Linked to Lou Gehrig's Disease?
NHAES researcher Jim Haney and his team, including Katie Langley '15, are looking at whether there is a link between ALS and Cyanobacteria blooms. Learn more >>>
UNH Fairchild Dairy Produces ‘Gold’ Standard of Milk
The Fairchild Dairy Teaching and Research Center has been awarded a 2014 Gold Quality Award by the Dairy Farmers of America. As a result of receiving the Gold Quality Award, UNH is paid the highest price for its milk – called quality premiums. Learn more >>>
Heat Pumps Show Promise for Reducing Greenhouse Heating Oil Consumption
Preliminary results of an NHAES research project investigating the potential cost savings of using heat pumps to heat and cool greenhouses suggest that heat pumps could substantially reduce heating oil consumption. Learn more >>>