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Lettuce, basil and beans, fertilized by fish waste, grow in the Marine Science Center's aquaponics facility.
Lettuce, basil and beans, fertilized by fish waste, grow in the Marine Science Center's aquaponics facility.

UNE aquaponics project showcased in ‘Mainebiz’ article

July 14, 2015

A July 13, 2015 article in Mainebiz that discusses the burgeoning aquaponics industry in Maine highlighted UNE’s pilot aquaponics project. Aquaponics is a food production system that combines traditional aquaculture...

The one in ten million orange lobster resembles a cooked lobster far  more than its regularly pigmented counterparts do. But thi
The one in ten million orange lobster resembles a cooked lobster far more than its regularly pigmented counterparts do. But this one is definitely alive and pinching at UNE's Marine Science Center

WMTW-8 and 'Bangor Daily News' report on UNE’s acquisition of rare orange lobster

July 13, 2015

On July 11, 2015, both WMTW-8 and the Bangor Daily News reported on UNE’s recently acquired orange lobster—a one in ten million find, which, thanks to Hannaford Supermarkets, is enjoying...

James Sulikowski talks sharks on WVOM radio

June 24, 2015

James Sulikowski, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Marine Sciences, was interviewed by WVOM radio on June 23, 2015, after a series of shark sightings off the Maine coast were...

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