Two UMaine Ph.D. students win BioME Showcase awards

Two University of Maine Ph.D. students won first and third place in the college division of the 2021 Bioscience Association of Maine (BioME) Student Showcase.

The annual competition, hosted virtually this year, tasks college and high school students, who participate in separate divisions, with presenting life-science focused research projects to win cash and academic prizes. According to BioME, 10 undergraduate and graduate students, including several from UMaine, delivered three-minute presentations with slides and answered judge questions during the college fast-pitch segment of the contest on April 28 and 29.  Read more

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