Jason Bolton is one of UMaine Extension’s go-to resource people. The research and expertise he shares makes the difference in new product development, food companies’ growth and homemakers’ peace of mind...
Childhood friends are important because they help shape the way we think, the way we see the world and the behaviors we engage in. In many ways, we are the company we keep — the good and the bad...
Preserving Maine's ancient coastal heratige - UMaine News, July 26, 2017
Maine’s coastline is dotted with more than 2,000 archaeologically documented shell middens and virtually all of them are eroding into the ocean, some quite rapidly, which is putting valuable records of Maine’s cultural and environmental history at risk...
As the world warms due to human-induced climate change, variations in the global distribution of rainfall can be expected, impacting water resources in many places on Earth according to a new study published in the journal Science Advances...
There are roughly 5,200 officially recognized minerals on planet Earth according to the International Mineralogical Association (IMA). Two of which — Edgrewite and hydroxyledgrewite — are named after University of Maine mineralogist and petrologist Edward Grew...
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UMaine Today Magazine
- Lost to the sea: Surveying Maine's fragile shell middens to preserve the ancient history of archaeological sites - Fall/Winter 2017
- Identifying a killer: Joyce Longcore is recognized with prestigious AAAS Award - Fall/Winter 2017
- Market value: For Maine entrepreneurs, food safety expert Jason Bolton is part of their recipe for success - Spring/Summer 2017
- The company we keep: the role and value of friendship in the lives of youngsters and adolescents - Spring/Summer 2017
- Changes in the ebb and flow: Ocean engineering helps ensure a productive estuary - Winter 2016 Special Edition: Engineering
- Stronger timber: Engineering high-tech lumber for a sustainable future - Winter 2016 Special Edition: Engineering
- With honors: Engineering alumnus reflects on lessons of a lifetime - Winter 2016 Special Edition: Engineering
- On the front lines of discovery - Fall/Winter 2016
- UMaine designated as one of eight DOE combined heat and power centers - 1 December 2017
- Migraine attacks: the brain's natural neural defense system - 8 November 2017
- The human costs of financial crises: linking market sentient to human capital loss - 6 November 2017
- The Atlantic Sturgeon's sojourn - 12 October 2017
- Longcore receives AAAS Golden Goose Award for obscure, yet impactful, research - 27 September 2017
- Mountain ice records North Pacific storm intensification through windblown sea salt - 8, September 2017
- Stemming the tide: UMaine research targets browntail moth epidemic... - 28 August 2017
- Preserving Maine’s ancient coastal heritage - 26 July 2017
- 25 young African leaders travel to UMaine for 2017 Mandela Washington Fellowship - 13 June 2017
- In a warmer world, expect the wet to get wetter and the dry to get drier - 31 May 2017
- Anthropocene mineralogy and the dawn of a new geological Epoch - 1 March 2017
- Hudson Museum exhibit explores ancient cities and student discovery - 2 February 2017
- UMaine engineers make waves in naval architecture - 18 January 2017
- Social groups key to preserving natural resources - 29 December 2016
- Sam Borer: Dancing among the stars - 24 October 2016
- Understanding the ebb and flow of Peru's glacial past - 14 October 2016
- CCI Director (Paul Mayewski) speaks about abrupt Arctic climate change at Maine-Arctic Forum - 6 October 2016
- UMaine researchers refining Arctic climate history through diatoms - 26 September 2016
- Olivia Conrad: An internship scoop at Gelato Fiasco - 19 September 2016
- Cary James: UMaine alumnus and champion for students - 13 September 2016
- Lu Wang: Seeing the forest for its nanocellulose - 8 September 2016
- Savanna Haines: Passion for the forest and its health - 2 September 2016
- President Obama's Mandela Washington Fellowship at UMaine - 31 August 2016
- University of Maine to host second annual Aging Initiative workshop - 17 August 2016
- Berlynna Heres: From working with rattlesnakes to American eels - 5 August 2016