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Noah Perlut stands beside Bowdoin College’s copy of the double-elephant folio edition of Audubon’s Birds of America. The red-he
Noah Perlut stands beside Bowdoin College’s copy of the double-elephant folio edition of Audubon’s 'Birds of America.' An image of the red-headed woodpecker was revealed at the most recent monthly page-turning event. Perlut spoke about the species to an enthusiastic crowd of students, faculty and “birders” from the Brunswick area community.

UNE ornithologist Noah Perlut gives talk at Bowdoin’s 'Birds of America' page-turning event

March 06, 2018

On March 1, Noah Perlut, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Environmental Studies, served as a special guest at the Bowdoin College library, where he gave a talk about...

Stevenson and undergraduate research students (L-R) Philomena Richard, Sarah Couture, Emily Payne
Stevenson and undergraduate research students (L-R) Philomena Richard, Sarah Couture, Emily Payne

UNE’s Glenn Stevenson serves on NIH grant review panel

March 02, 2018

Glenn W. Stevenson, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology and program coordinator for the Neuroscience major, was recently invited to join the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant review panel for...

Ariella Danziger shows off the plankton suction device prototype. The Flowcam, which she uses to examine her plankton samples,
Ariella Danziger shows off the plankton suction device prototype. The Flowcam, which she uses to examine her plankton samples, can be seen over her shoulder.

The Invention of Ariella Danziger: A Marine Scientist’s Evolution

February 28, 2018

For the vast majority of us living on the coast of Maine, taking a dip in the summertime doesn’t involve pristine waters and chlorinated pools. Cooling it in the hot...

(Photo by Kathryn Chalmers): Jessica White (Biochemistry and Applied Mathematics, ’19) and Audrie Langlais (Biochemistry, ’18)
(Photo by Kathryn Chalmers): Jessica White (Biochemistry and Applied Mathematics, ’19) and Audrie Langlais (Biochemistry, ’18) demonstrate eco-friendly packaging materials as an example of green chemistry. The students trained as Green Chemistry Outreach Fellows at Beyond Benign this past fall and are members of the award-winning UNE Chemistry Club.

UNE Department of Chemistry and Physics adopts Green Chemistry Commitment

February 19, 2018

UNE became the first institution in Northern New England to adopt the Green Chemistry Commitment (GCC) at a signing event on February 15. Members of the UNE Community joined the...

A visual display of the Earth at Rheinaue Park, where one of the two conference venues, the Bonn zone, was held. Each of the var
A visual display of the Earth at Rheinaue Park, where one of the two conference venues, the Bonn zone, was held. Each of the various segments of the white ring surrounding the Earth represent a U.N. climate change goal for sustainable development.

UNE undergrad Jessica White attends U.N. Framework on Climate Change Convention in Germany

February 16, 2018

UNE student Jessica White (Biochemistry and Applied Mathematics, ’19) attended the United Nations Framework on Climate Change Convention 23rd Conference of the Parties (COP23) in Bonn, Germany, from November 13...

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