MDI Biological Lab summer program put 32 undergrads in labs

The MDI Biological Laboratory put 32 interns in research and lab facilities across the state, 20 of the participants supported by Maine INBRE, a network of 13 Maine educational and research institutions led by the laboratory, according to MaineBiz. (…) [T]he summer fellowship program provides undergraduates, 24 of them from Maine colleges, with hands-on research training in an advanced laboratory environment. They work with a faculty mentor and other researches on a biomedical research project, developing professional skills and connections and gaining experience working with the research community. Read full story

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