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Education
News Center Maine · April 20, 2023

Husson University students, faculty share projects at 13th annual Research Showcase

Students and faculty revealed science projects that aim to solve real-world problems.

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Environment
Mount Desert Islander · March 1, 2023

High levels of arsenic found in 6% of Bar Harbor wells

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Education
Southern Maine Community College · February 8, 2023

SMCC students take part in an intensive clam cancer research project

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Education
Copiah Lincoln Community College · January 27, 2023

Three Co-Lin biomedical research students complete prestigious internships

Kiera Hemanas used state-of-the-art research tools such as CRISPR and fluorescent microscopy in her research in the Updike lab.

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Environment
Discover Magazine · October 31, 2022

This Citizen Science Project Is Taking On Roadkill — and Potentially Saving Animals

Project Roadkill Reports asks volunteers to note where they see roadkill to one day design better policies to prevent animals from getting struck by vehicles.

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Environment
Mount Desert Islander · October 29, 2022

Free home-test kits available to test well water for arsenic

Bar Harbor Health Officer Mike Gurtler is leading a new effort to test all the town’s residential wells for arsenic. Free home-test kits will be available at the municipal building.

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Education
Fox 22 WFVX Bangor · October 26, 2022

Bar Harbor partners with community to test all wells for arsenic

BAR HARBOR — The town of Bar Harbor is teaming up with the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory and the Conners Emerson school in advising members of the community to test their wells.

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Other
Mount Desert Islander · September 2, 2022

MDIBL’s history informs its future

At the 2022 annual meeting of the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory (MDIBL) in July, President Hermann Haller outlined how the lab at a time of unprecedented growth will draw on its rich history as it continues to expand its drug discovery and education initiatives, the physical campus and scientific resources.

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Education
Bangor Daily News · June 8, 2022

UMF graduate and first-generation college student goes on to cellular research Ph.D. program after gene discovery

First-generation college student Anyssa Phaneuf, a member of the UMF graduating Class of 2022, always liked knowing how things work.

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