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UMaine Today Magazine 

February / March 2002 Features:

Every Breath You Take
Every Breath You Take

Nitric oxide sensor research at The University of Maine may one day lead to advances in healthcare.

 
Plugging R&D into Maine's Economic Development Formula
Plugging R&D into Maine's Economic Development Formula

Jake Ward is a liaison between higher education and Maine industry.

 
The Genome Puzzle
The Genome Puzzle

Success in deciphering the "book of life," as the genome sequence has been called, depends on cross-disciplinary research like that conducted by scientists at The University of Maine. 

 
Not Business as Usual
Not Business as Usual

Business policy and strategy scholar John Mahon urges CEOs nationwide to take a hard look at their crisis management plans.

 
Reading Boys
Reading Boys

New research by literacy experts is prompting educators to rethink their views of boys and reading.

 
Where the Sea Meets the Sky
Where the Sea Meets the Sky

Scientific modeling brings the dynamics of the ocean into the laboratory.

 
The Amazing Adventures of 'SuperWood'
The Amazing Adventures of 'SuperWood'

Strengthening building materials of the future is a focus of UMaine's Advanced Engineered Wood Composites Center.

 
The Bold and the Beautiful
The Bold and the Beautiful

The numbers of harbor and gray seals off Maine's coast are on the rise, affecting both the fishing and tourism industries.

 
Winter Blues
Winter Blues

Psychologist Sandra Sigmon is working on new treatments for seasonal affective disorder (SAD).

 
Microscopically Going Where No One Has Gone Before
Microscopically Going Where No One Has Gone Before

UMaine researcher is key to understanding amphibian die-offs.

 
Cranberries Down East
Cranberries Down East

Maine cranberry growers are carving out their own niche in the market.

UMaine Today
Creativity and Achievement at the University of Maine
Volume 2 Issue 1

 

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