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UMaine Today Magazine 

Features:

Paradise Lost
Paradise Lost

The potential collapse of biologically diverse and economically important ecosystems suggests a global atmospheric crisis that could seriously harm fisheries around the world, according to UMaine marine scientist Robert Steneck.

 
Taking the Heat
Taking the Heat

Acoustic wave sensors being developed at UMaine's Laboratory for Surface Science and Technology could provide the key to monitoring high temperature, vibration and corrosion in Air Force jet engines.

 
Life Altering
Life Altering

Michael Kinnison and two colleagues have gathered more than 3,000 estimates of physical and behavioral changes in wild animals. The result is proof that humans not only affect animals' evolutionary processes, but also cause their traits to change twice as fast.

 
Music that Opens Doors
Music that Opens Doors

In 2006 in Guatemala, a youth orchestra Anatole Wieck mentored showed him the ultimate ability of music to not only lift the spirit of a society, but also to bring about social change.

 
Staging Area
Staging Area

Margo Lukens specializes in Wabanaki literary history and literature of mixed blood. As a result of her teaching and research, she has become an empowering facilitator for the voices of Native writers and playwrights.

UMaine Today
Creativity and Achievement at the University of Maine
Volume 8 Issue 2

 

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