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Traceable Bombs
Traceable Bombs
UMaine researchers explore the use of bacterial endospores as explosives taggants
Sensing the Future
Sensing the Future
UMaine graduate students unlock the mysteries of science and engineering with sensor technology
Taking the Heat
Taking the Heat
UMaine's newest sensors could be the Air Force's answer to monitoring jet engine reliability
Tiny Technology
Tiny Technology
Two new scientists expand MEMS research capabilities at UMaine
Professor Honored by IEEE
Professor Honored by IEEE
University of Maine electrical and computer engineering Professor John Vetelino has been conferred as a 2010 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow.
Solar
Solar
Researchers at UMaine’s Laboratory for Surface Science and Technology (LASST) are investigating the potential of nanoparticles to better harness the energy of the sun.
Ireland-U.S. Partnership Funds UMaine Algal Toxin Research
Ireland-U.S. Partnership Funds UMaine Algal Toxin Research
The University of Maine is one of the first to receive an international research partnership award, designed to link U.S. scientists and engineers with counterparts in Ireland.
Discovering Detailed Ocean Data
Discovering Detailed Ocean Data
The study of climate change has fueled the need for more detailed scientific data, and scientists at the University of Maine are doing their part to try and make it easier to collect some of those data.
 


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