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Aging

MDI Bio Lab and Seacoast Mission Team Up to Combat Water Risks

Island Institute Fellow hired to raise awareness of well-water vulnerabilities on Maine’s outer islands 

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Education

Launching Bioscience Careers at MDI Bio Lab

A growing number of graduates and post-docs are energizing the campus.

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Education

Developing a Passion for Science

As a student working alongside Dr. Tom Maren in the late 1970s, Daphne Trotter (née Gardiner) developed a passion for science. Today as a member of the Bio Lab's Board of Trustees, Daphne is dedicated to supporting the next generation of young scientists.

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Education

Senator Collins’ Support for Science Honored in D.C., Applauded in Maine

Federal funding for MDI Bio Lab, JAX and Bigelow is vital for their work

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Aging

Microscopy in Focus for Maine INBRE Students

Students and young science faculty from all around Maine converged on MDI Bio Lab’s campus for an intensive 10-day course on the use of the most modern microscopy of the day.

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Biotechnology

MDI Bio Lab and the Roux Institute Join Forces to Boost Maine’s Biotech Workforce

Sharing faculty and resources to train a new generation of scientists 

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Biotechnology

Senator Collins Supports $1.6 million for MDI Bioscience in Appropriations Bill

If enacted by Congress, the measure will support new campus infrastructure for drug discovery 

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General News

Recognizing MDI Bio Lab’s Historian-in-Chief: David H. Evans, Ph.D.

As the MDI Bio Lab community continues to celebrate 125 years of science-by-the-sea, we want to give a grateful shout-out to David H. Evans, whose research and writing about the Laboratory’s people and accomplishments are now an essential guide to the history of this unique community.   

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Education

Noah Lind Finds a True Science Community

Noah Lind first heard of MDI Biological Laboratory when his high school AP teacher mentioned that a former student had enjoyed a summer fellowship here.

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