ME EPSCoR at the University of Maine develops statewide partnerships between higher education institutions, industry, government, and others to effect lasting improvements to Maine’s R&D infrastructure, capacity, and national competitiveness.
UMaine Announces Maine-eDNA
Maine-eDNA is a 5-year research, education and outreach program that seeks to transform our understanding and sustainability of Maine’s coastal ecosystems via environmental DNA (eDNA) innovations that unlock new scales of inference and new scales of collaboration.
Read the announcement from UMaine News of the $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation EPSCoR program.
The 27th NSF EPSCoR National Conference
Hosted by the University of Maine’s EPSCoR Office, the 27th NSF EPSCoR National Conference welcomes faculty, researchers, students and staff from EPSCoR jurisdictions around the country. Join us Sunday, November 13th through Wednesday, November 16th for engaging speakers, breakout sessions and student poster presentations in Portland, Maine.
The combined conference has been designed to serve as a collaborative forum for interactive presentations and dialogue on rising trends in science, research and broadening participation. Keynote and breakout sessions will cover topics such as economic development, convergence research, science of team science, diversity, education, outreach, data management, communications, and community science.