A research laboratory on Mount Desert Island celebrated a big step forward today in the form of some major federal funding.
A statewide biomedical research program is receiving an $18 million federal grant to continue work that’s helping to combat Maine’s so-called brain drain.
The MDI Biological Laboratory in Bar Harbor said it has received an $18.4 million grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health to strengthen biomedical research and hands-on workforce training in Maine.
Deer Isle students aged 10 to 18 will learn how to map local eelgrass beds at an event sponsored by the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance.
MDI Biological Laboratory president Kevin Strange, Ph.D., and assistant professor Voot Yin, Ph.D., were named to Mainebiz’s “Next” list of ten people shaping the future of Maine’s economy, and the magazine takes a look at their entrepreneurial plans and research.
The MDI Biological Laboratory has won a $12.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to move forward its regenerative medicine research.
Blogger Wayne Maceyka, a self-described “sustainable solutions seeker and part-time philosopher,” writes about the MDI Biological Laboratory’s 2013 Human and Environmental Summit.
Kevin Strange says he almost turned around before crossing the Trenton Bridge…for a job interview. But the man who would become the first full-time director of the MDI Biological Laboratory drove on, saying he sensed a lot of potential to do novel biomedical science at the small lab.
The MDI Biological Laboratory has spun off the first company in its 115-year history, led by lab director Kevin Strange and regenerative biology researcher Voot Yin.
For the first time in its 115-year history, the MDI Biological Laboratory is launching a for-profit venture, according to lab officials.