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Going Viral
Going Viral
For students in Carol Kim's lab, enthusiasm for research is infectious
The Big Switcheroo
The Big Switcheroo
Sea slugs living as both animals and plants could provide clues to innate immunity
Global Worming
Global Worming
A worldwide database at UMaine compiles what we know about age-old and newly discovered microinvertebrates
Developing Muscles
Developing Muscles
Exploring tendon formation and attachment in the zebrafish embryo is the next step in Clarissa Henry's pioneering efforts to describe the complexities of early development in vertebrates.
Fruit Fly Love
Fruit Fly Love
For a quarter-century, biologist Harold "Dusty" Dowse has studied the fruit fly to understand what makes their little hearts beat, and what governs their biological clocks and courtship songs. He's seeking clues to human disease and development.
 


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