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  • In hot water Flagship difference In hot water Rhian Waller's nationally recognized research on cold corals
  • Current events Flagship difference Current events Maine Tidal Power Initiative's latest research and collaboration
  • Food futures Flagship difference Food futures UMaine's new School of Food and Agriculture and its regional collaborations
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  • Out of Africa Black Bear success Out of Africa Arthur Serota wields education as a powerful weapon in the struggle for peace
  • Spring awakening Sciences Spring awakening UMaine students get hands-on experience with black bears in the North Woods
  • Perspective of preservation Students first Perspective of preservation New doctoral program adopts holistic approach in implementing environmental policy
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