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NH News
9:14 am
Fri December 5, 2014

State Gives Grants For Historical, Cultural, Land Conservation Projects

Peterborough Town House
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The state has handed out grants to 36 historic, cultural, and land conservation projects as part of its Land and Community Heritage Investment Program.

The grants range from about $7,500 to study Jones Hall in Marlow to $400,000 to permanently protect 1,114 acres in Epping.

This year's recipients include 26 historic properties from the 1764 Park Hill Meeting House in Westmoreland to the 1918 Peterborough Town House. There are also 10 natural resource projects providing permanent protection of almost 3,000 acres in all of the state's 10 counties.

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NH News
8:29 am
Tue December 2, 2014

University System Gets Grant Aimed To Reduce Tobacco Use

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The University System of New Hampshire and the community college system are sharing a $180,000 grant to help reduce tobacco use on campus.

The systems include the University of New Hampshire; Plymouth State University; Keene State College; Granite State College; Great Bay, Lakes Region, Manchester, Nashua, River Valley and White Mountains Community Colleges and the New Hampshire Technical Institute.

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Newscast
4:37 pm
Mon December 1, 2014

N.H. Companies Awarded Job-Training Grants

Six more New Hampshire companies have been awarded grants to train workers in new skills.

Gov. Maggie Hassan on Monday announced that the $66,460 grant, plus matching funds from the companies, will be used to train 327 workers. The Job Training Fund has awarded more than $7 million since 2007.

The latest recipients are Felton Inc. of Londonderry, Amherst Label of Milford, EnviroVantage of Epping, Foss Manufacturing of Hampton, Fujifilm Dimatix of Lebanon and Littleton Coin Company.

Health
5:10 pm
Tue August 26, 2014

Two Healthcare Centers Receive Federal Grants For Renovations

Lamprey Health Care's Raymond facility will receive a $250,000 for renovations designed to make the building more accessible.

Two New Hampshire healthcare centers will split nearly half a million dollars in federal grants announced on Tuesday. The funding comes from the Affordable Care Act and will be used for renovations.

Lamprey Health Care will use its $250,000 grant to make its Raymond facility more accessible for patients and doctors. The work will include redesigning the floor plan and making the entrance more accessible to wheelchairs. Michelle Gaduet, Lamprey's Communications Coordinator, says the building hasn’t been updated in 18 years.

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Education
5:25 am
Mon May 5, 2014

As Research Gets More Expensive, Universities Will Be Pushed To Justify Costs

The Cray supercomputer cost over a million dollars to install at UNH, and runs math used in space physics, among other computations.
Credit Sam Evans-Brown / NHPR

Research at big universities is expensive, and the price tag is rising. At the same time securing money for research is getting harder as more and more academics are competing for research grants that are less and less generous. This raises a question: are universities that do research more likely to raise tuition.

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Word of Mouth - Segment
12:40 pm
Thu December 1, 2011

Are WE ruining research?

(Photo by mars discovery district via Flickr Creative Commons)

Word of Mouth keeps its eye out for stories that are interesting, counterintuitive, many of which come from the world of science. It’s part of our mission to find the under-reported, simmering, surprising ideas that make us go “what?”

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