College of Science, Technology, and Health


The chapter writing was led by Catherine Wise, an undergraduate biology major, and describes the current approach the lab is using to understand the impacts of pollutants on whales.
On November 9th, Science published a report on Germ Cell Migration, written by Ben Smith, a USM bio grad from six years ago, along with his doctoral advisor Bob Braun.
Anita Dixon, an alumni of USM's Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) and Athletic Trainer for Westbrook High School, was called into action at a preseason basketball game when a referee suffered a heart attack while working the game.
Jean Whitney, Samantha Langley-Turnbaugh, Lynn Lovewell, and Babette Moeller are the authors of “Building Relationships, Sharing Resources, and Opening Opportunities: A STEM Learning Community Builds Social Capital for Students with Disabilities.”
WCSH interviewed Dr. Mark Swanson, a Professor of Geosciences at the University of Southern Maine, about the Southern Maine Earthquake that occurred on October 16th, 2012.
USM School of Nursing faculty meet with healthcare representatives from Norway to discuss the education and training required for nurse practitioners in the United States.
State of IT in Maine conference will kick-off new Maine Cyber Security Cluster at USM.
Join us for the next talk of the Science Cafés in the Atrium series! Travis Wagner, USM Associate Professor of Environmental Science, will present: Who should be accountable for waste & pollution? The evolution of thought since Silent Spring. Thursday, October 27, 5:30-6:30 p.m., Portland Public Library
USM received a grant from the NSF STEM Scholarship Program to support deserving Maine students who want to study computer science, engineering, environmental science, and technology management .
Ah-Kau Ng, Professor of Immunology in the Department of Applied Medical Sciences, is receiving support from the Research Administration and Development Commercialization Funding Program for the commercialization of his project, Monoclonal Antibodies to C-Terminal Domains of Osteopontin, a potential cancer biomarker, a tissue development factor, and an early T lymphocyte activation marker.


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