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2021_SMSOE Graduate Research Symposium

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Streptomyces hygroscopicus in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary: Discovery of Biosynthetic Gene Clusters with Potential to Produce Chemotherapeutic Compounds

Hannah Flaherty, Medical Microbiology/Public Health minor, John Bucci, PhD, Semra Aytur, PhD.

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Do the Phytoestrogens Daidzein and Equol Impact the Expression of Cellular Communication Network Factor 1 (CCN1) and Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor A (VEGFA) in the Young Bovine Corpus Luteum (CL)?

Donnelly Hutchings, Biochemistry, Molecular, and Cellular Biology Research Advisor: Dr. Paul Tsang

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Creating a Better Bait for the Channeled Whelk Fishery

Author: Megan Molinari, Double Major: Marine, Estuarine, and Freshwater Biology and Neuroscience Author: Mary Kate Munley, Marine, Estuarine, and Freshwater Biology Research Advisor: Dr. Elizabeth…

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Wildlife and Conservation Biology: An Overview

The wildlife and conservation biology program at UNH provides you with the multi-disciplinary background you need to successfully manage and conserve wildlife and their habitats against the backdrop…

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Marine, Estuarine and Freshwater Biology: An Overview

Marine, estuarine and freshwater biology is a wide-ranging discipline that covers everything from the smallest aquatic microbes to whales, as well as emerging opportunities in shellfish, fish and…

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Marine, Estuarine and Freshwater Biology Major Info Session

State-of-the-art facilities, hands-on learning with an emphasis on undergraduate student research, and an incredible location make UNH the perfect place to study marine, estuarine and freshwater…

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UNH URC 2020 - Green sea urchins need friends: Decision making and risk in Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis in competitive and non-competitive foraging environments

Green sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) have unique foraging behaviors not currently understood. Pilot studies have examined these behaviors with captive urchins and have noted that…

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Justifying Socioscientific Decisions: Differences Between Science and Non-Science Major Students

Kelsey Ahearn, Beverly Allen, Diya Anand Jordan Bader, Dr. Melissa Aikens

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The Evolution and Development of Chiropteran Flight

Emmaline Willis, Zoology Research Advisor: Dr. Jessica Bolker, Department of Biological Sciences

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Jenna O'del Talks Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Wildlife and Conservation Biology major, Jenna O'del, talks about what it's been like to conduct her own research while an undergraduate at the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture,…

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Developing the Broader Impacts Component for National Science Foundation (NSF) Projects 3/5/19

NSF expects that all the projects it supports will benefit society in some way. This session will cover: NSF's priorities for and definitions of broader impacts; how to address project broader…

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2019 3MT First Round: Sydney Birch, Ph.D., Molecular and Evolutionary Systems Biology

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2019 3MT Finals: Sydney Birch, Ph.D. Molecular and Evolutionary Systems Biology

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2019 3MT Finals: Joshua T. Smith, Ph.D. Molecular and Evolutionary Systems Biology

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ANFS Seminar: Stuart Grandy, 22 March 2019

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