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  • The comeback Sciences The comeback The American Chestnut Foundation and UMaine join forces to help the ‘redwood of the East’ battle back from the brink
  • Discovering Maine Arts and Humanities Discovering Maine New atlas offers a unique perspective on the state’s history
  • Extreme weather Sciences Extreme weather Researchers look at the effects of a changing environment on Maine’s marine waterways, croplands and municipalities
  • Maine migrants Sciences Maine migrants State’s leading bird biologists are studying the effects of changing habitat on sandpipers during their short stopovers
  • Safe space Engineering Safe space Engineering researchers are helping NASA explore the technology required for living out of this world

Departments:

  • UMaine at 150 President's message UMaine at 150 Maine's land grant legacy that informs our future
  • Future farming Flagship difference Future farming SEANET established with $20 million NSF EPSCoR grant
  • Ocean views Flagship difference Ocean views NASA project to aid understanding of carbon in the water
  • Flu-fighting tool Flagship difference Flu-fighting tool Research establishes zebrafish as a model for studying human influenza A virus
  • Sea trials Flagship difference Sea trials A $3.97 million cooperative research agreement with DOE will build on the VolturnUS design
  • Extreme living Flagship difference Extreme living Researchers document highest altitude ice age human occupation
  • Lifesaving Flagship difference Lifesaving CDC funds a nearly $1 million study of the circumstances associated with violent deaths
  • Twilight zone Students first Twilight zone Postdoctoral research in France will focus on marine snow
  • News briefs Insights News briefs NOAA funds three projects focused on lobsters, finfish and mussels
  • A legacy of leadership What's Ahead? A legacy of leadership UMaine will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2015