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Environment

New Allies Help MDI Bio Lab’s Research on Aging and Environmental Risks

The University of New England, Maine Seacoast Mission, Maine Senior College Network and Maine AARP are joining forces with the MDI Biological Laboratory’s “All About Arsenic+” program.

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Education

MDI Bio Lab and Partners Explore AI Adoption in Maine

A survey published in January by Northeastern University’s Roux Institute and its Institute for Experiential Learning took a comprehensive look at the use of Artificial Intelligence in this state, covering sectors from forestry to financial services, marine monitoring, manufacturing… and biomedical science. 

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General News

MDIBL’s Work in 2022 Includes a New Way To Prevent COVID-19 Infection

Over the course of the year just past, MDI Biological Laboratory’s researchers continued to push the frontiers in the biology of aging, repair, and regeneration, expanding our knowledge of how to protect and extend healthy lifespans.

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Education

More Graduate Students, More Groundbreaking Science at MDIBL

The MDI Biological Laboratory’s research and education capacity leapt forward in 2022 with expansion of our graduate programs.  

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General News

2022 MDI Biological Laboratory Publications

In 2022 MDI Biological Laboratory’s researchers continued to push into new scientific frontiers in the biology of aging, repair and regeneration, expanding our knowledge of how to protect and extend healthy lifespans. 

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Environment

Citizens and Scientists Team Up for Community Health

The MDI Biological Laboratory partners with citizen scientists, students and teachers on hundreds of data-collection projects around the globe, from Bar Harbor to the Bahamas, Spain and beyond. 

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Biotechnology

A Busy First Year at MDI Bioscience, Capped by Support from Capitol Hill

It’s been almost a year since MDIBL announced the formation of MDI Bioscience, a new Laboratory initiative focused on using non-mammalian models for human health, such as zebrafish and C. elegans roundworms, in early-stage drug discovery and development.

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Aging

UNE, MDIBL Team up for Drinking Water Initiative

Collaboration with “Legacy Scholars” builds on the Laboratory’s “All About Arsenic” citizen science initiative

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Microscopy

Extraordinary Microscopy Opens New Frontiers in Biology

MDI Bio Lab’s new, highly-advanced lightsheet microscope is complete and in use, thanks to support from the National Institutes of Health and Bio Lab supporters. The Lab’s faculty seem a little bit awed by the possibilities. “Now the challenge is to really open up your mind,” says Iain Drummond, Ph.D., Director of the Kathryn W. Davis Center for Regenerative Biology and Aging.

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