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Amy Smith (left) and Erin Mohr record scallop width and shell damage during the research cruise.
Amy Smith (left) and Erin Mohr record scallop width and shell damage during the research cruise.

Marine Science students return from scallop research excursion at sea

December 15, 2015

A team of marine science students recently returned from a six-day research excursion in the mid Atlantic. First-year graduate students Brett Sweezy and Amy Smith along with second-year graduate student...

L-R: John Harmon, president of the Marine Anglers for Research and Conservation, Mike Jancovic, past president and board member,
L-R: John Harmon, president of the Marine Anglers for Research and Conservation, Mike Jancovic, past president and board member, John Tumiel, UNE's senior advisor to the president, and James Sulikowski, professor of marine sciences

UNE receives donation from Marine Anglers for Research and Conservation

December 10, 2015

On December 10, 2015, James Sulikowski, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Marine Sciences, accepted a donation of $10,000 from the Marine Anglers for Research and Conservation of Belgrade, Maine,...

Seaweed spores in the Macroalgae Nursery, growing until it is large enough to put in UNE's experimental ocean farm.
Seaweed spores in the Macroalgae Nursery, growing until it is large enough to put in UNE's experimental ocean farm.

Jeri Fox interviewed about seaweed on WGME

December 03, 2015

On December 2, 2015, Jeri Fox, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Marine Sciences, was interviewed on WGME for a news segment about the burgeoning seaweed industry in Maine...

Geoffrey Ganter works with student in his lab
Geoffrey Ganter works with student in his lab

Ganter Lab publishes paper in PLoS ONE

November 30, 2015

Geoffrey Ganter, Ph.D., professor in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Center for Excellence in the Neurosciences, and his lab team recently published a paper in PLoS ONE...

Meghan May explains bacteria found on toys to 'WGME' crew
Meghan May explains bacteria found on toys to 'WGME' crew

Meghan May featured in ‘WGME’ story about bacteria on toys

November 25, 2015

Meghan May, Ph.D., associate professor of biomedical sciences in the University of New England’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, was featured in a report on WGME about the bacteria found on...

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