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UMaine Today Magazine 

Features:

Faulty Intelligence
Faulty Intelligence

Humans engage in war and kill members of their own species primarily because of their uniquely developed intelligence, according to anthropologist Paul Roscoe.

 
Being There
Being There

Four recent Master of Social Work graduates share perspectives on geriatrics, a specialized field of study at UMaine made possible by a national grant.

 
The Art of Perception
The Art of Perception

Psychology professor D. Alan Stubbs uses digital art to help illustrate principles of perception.

 
Send in the Clowns
Send in the Clowns

Ph.D. student Søren Hansen runs Sea & Reef Aquaculture, raising tropical fish such as clownfish and seahorses to supply the home aquarium industry.

 
CSI: Orono
CSI: Orono

Irv Kornfield's Molecular Forensics Lab uses the latest in wildlife DNA analysis technology to help solve cases in Maine and beyond.

UMaine Today
Creativity and Achievement at the University of Maine
Volume 7 Issue 5

 

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