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Research Focus Areas

The School of Biology and Ecology aims to achieve departmental breadth with course offerings that span level of organization from the cell to the ecosystem.

Research Focus Areas

 

Courses

A list of all courses offered by the School of Biology and Ecology.

List of Courses

 

Affiliated Research Resources

The School of Biology and Ecology is affiliated with educational facilities and research centers throughout Maine and into Canada. Learn more about specific affiliations here.

Affiliated Research Resources

 

Facilities

The University of Maine and School of Biology and Ecology maintain multiple research facilities and collections, including the Fay Hyland Arboretum,  Greenhouse Complex,  Blueberry Hill Research Farm, Penobscot Experimental Forest, Maine Herbaria, DNA Sequencing Facility, Laboratory for Paleoecology and Paleohydrology, and the Electron Microscopy Laboratory.

Facilities and Collections

 

Maine Neuroscience

Find out about the Maine Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN), which includes researchers at The University of Maine, University of New England (UNE), Bates, Colby, Bowdoin, University of Southern Maine, Jackson Laboratories, Maine Medical Center and MMCRI, Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory (MDIBL), and various other companies and research institutions across Maine.

Maine Neuroscience

 

Seminar Series

Find the schedule of speakers for this semester’s weekly seminar series.

Seminar Series

 

Synapse

The School of Biology and Ecology developed its own Learning Content Management System, Synapse, to facilitate rich media being delivered to large introductory courses. It also provides a robust rubric, allowing consistent grading and feedback in the inquiry-based laboratories.

More information and a link to Synapse