Department of Biological Sciences

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Fall Science Cafés held in Portland to recognize 50th anniversary of Silent Spring

The University of Southern Maine and Cornerstones of Science announce the first in a series of Science Cafés to be held at Portland Public Library on the last Thursday of each month from 5:30-6:30 p.m. throughout the fall.

Graduate student research

Jennifer McKay, 2010 alumna of the Biology graduate program, has her work published in Ecotoxicology.

USM faculty are students for a week

During the first week of August, Dr. Ah-Kau Ng of the AMS Dept and Drs. Dave Champlin and Lisa Moore of the Biology Dept attended a workshop called Genomic Approaches in BioSciences to learn more about teaching genomics to undergraduates.

USM Biology Professor Lisa Moore part of $13M NSF project to build a comprehensive Tree of Life

USM Professor Lisa Moore has been doing some amazing research on evolution and the "Tree of Life."

Biology students present at research conference

Two undergraduate Biology students recently presented their work at the Northeast Undergraduate Research and Discovery Symposium.

Graduate alumna to speak at St. Joseph's College "Faculty After Hours Centennial Lecture Series"

Camilla Fecteau (MS '08), a biology instructor at St. Joseph's College, will talk about common loons and impacts of human activity on loon biology.

Biology student receives EPA fellowship

Cathy Wise, a junior in the Biology program, received a fellowship through the EPA's Greater Research Opportunity Program.

Biology alumna's research highlighted in ScienceNOW

Skye Long (BS '08) was part of a U. Mass. research team whose work was featured in ScienceNOW.

Graduate student research

Graduate student research featured on Wired.com

Graduate student research

Lisa Aschemeier, 2009 alumna of the Biology graduate program, has her thesis research published in the Journal of Mammalogy.

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