This guest post by Christi Hughes, a conservation and research specialist at the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston, discusses how an online citizen science app developed by the MDI Biological Laboratory to crowdsource meaningful, actionable environmental data is facilitating the clean-up of plastic trash that threatens the lives of sea turtles.
This blog post by Diane Atwood on the research of MDI Biological Laboratory scientist Aric Rogers, Ph.D., originally appeared on Atwood's popular "Catching Health with Diane Atwood" blog, which is carried in the Bangor Daily News and other media outlets. Read more of Atwood's posts on Catching Health or listen to her podcasts.
In this post, MDI Biological Laboratory animal core technician Karlee Markovich talks about her experience inspiring interest in science among students at a Bangor middle school as part of Maine BioScience Day.
In this post, MDI Biological Laboratory scientist James Godwin, Ph.D., talks about what inspired him to study regenerative biology. The profile appears in the fall edition of the MDI Biological Laboratory magazine, "Breaking Through," which focuses on how the study of highly regenerative animal models can help science understand the potential for regeneration in humans.
The following profile of REGEN2017 student Susannah Kassmer, Ph.D., appears in the fall edition of the MDI Biological Laboratory's "Breaking Through" magazine, which focuses on how the study of highly regenerative animal models can help science understand the potential for regeneration in humans.
Jane E. Disney, Ph.D., MDI Biological Laboratory senior staff scientist and director of education, and Anna Farrell, program coordinator for the institution's Community Environmental Health Laboratory, were interviewed for the investigative documentary, "Troubled Water," on environmental threats to the nation's water supply.
In this post, artist and scientist Andrea R. Tilden, Ph.D., a visiting professor at the MDI Biological Laboratory, talks about the process involved in creating her Etch A Sketch® art, which is now on display in the Kinne Library in the lobby of the Morris Building.