The role played by science in charting the course of Acadia National Park’s future will be the subject of the next MDI Science Cafe, to be held at 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 26, at 159 Old Bar Harbor Road, with the talk, “Keeping Acadia Healthy With New Science.”
In charting a new direction for MDI Biological Laboratory, President Herman Haller has said the laboratory is focusing on four pillars: faculty, visiting scientists, education and biotechnology. That focus not only provides a clear direction for the laboratory but define its structure, said Haller at last week’s annual meeting.
This article from Colby Magazine describes partnerships with other Maine institutions, including with the MDI Biological Laboratory, that allow Colby students to pursue groundbreaking scientific research.
This article from Mainebiz describes the role of the MDI Biological Laboratory — and its leadership of the Maine INBRE program — in helping to develop Maine’s innovation economy.
MDI Biological Laboratory President Hermann Haller will give a Science Cafe talk entitled “The Art of Medical Diagnosis: Training the Next Generation of Physicians and Scientists.” The café will take place at July 22 at 5:30 p.m. at the laboratory.
The interface between regeneration and aging will be the subject of a “Resetting the Aging Clock” lecture series for the public by leading scientists in the field of regenerative biology and aging to be held July 22 through Aug. 1 at the MDI Biological Laboratory.
This edition of the Biomedical Beat blog, published by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, profiles MDI Biological Laboratory regenerative biologist Voot Yin.
Celdara Medical, LLC, the leader of the DRIVEN Accelerator Hub, of which the MDI Biological Laboratory is a member, has announced the launch of an online resource database for biomedical entrepreneurs: bioentrepreneurresources.com.
BAR HARBOR — The interface between regeneration and aging will be the subject of a “Resetting the Aging Clock” lecture series July 22 – Aug. 1 at the MDI Biological Laboratory,159 Old Bar Harbor Road.