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keenan goslin(May-June 2007)

In February, U.S. Sen. Susan Collins and U.S. Rep. Michael Michaud were at the University of Maine's Advanced Engineered Wood Composites (AEWC) Center for a demonstration of a new product designed to protect American soldiers in combat.


UMaine Advanced Engineered Wood Composites Center Recognized for Outstanding Use of Wood Print E-mail

(May 18, 2007)

Northeastern Loggers’Association Press Release

The Northeastern Loggers’ Association (NELA) recently honored the UMaine Advanced Engineered Wood Composites Center of Orono, ME as the recipient of its 2007 Outstanding Use of Wood award. NELA President John Caveney honored the AEWC Center at the Annual Loggers’ Banquet in Bangor, ME in a ceremony attended by over 300 members of the Northeast’s forest products community.

UMaine Press Release 

UMaine Ships Lifesaving Tent Panels overseas Print E-mail
By Aimee Dolloff, Bangor Daily News
ORONO - A shipment of panels designed by researchers at the University of Maine to protect soldiers from explosions was on its way Thursday to a Maine National Guard unit in Afghanistan. 
A New Course in Boatbuilding Print E-mail

(March-April 2006)

U.S. Navy SEAL teams often use Mark V Special Operations Crafts to quickly get in and out of sticky situations. But the aluminum insertion vessel's speed, durability and maneuverability come at a cost: repeated impact strain and injuries caused when the lightweight craft skips across the waves. University of Maine mechanical engineering graduate student Kate Stephens is out to change that.

UMaine Today

Orono: UMaine Addition Certified 'Green' Print E-mail

aewc students will syron and udhedhe olakpe

By Aimee Dolloff, Bangor Daily News 


ORONO - The people who brought you Go Blue are trying to Go Green, too

Inner Strength Print E-mail
wood composite example picture(November-December 2006)

Technology used to develop hybrid wood and nonwood composite building material is at the heart of the University of Maine's Advanced Engineered Wood Composites (AEWC) Center. It all started with fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) timbers, right. Today, the center is a world leader in the development of low-cost, high-performance composites of wood and wood by-products, natural and synthetic fibers, concrete and plastics that can be used in new products.

Your Dividends Have Arrived Print E-mail


By Todd Benoit, Bangor Daily News


Just when you may have thought the economy, as expressed through the stock market, would never again make sense, your investing skill and patience have paid off handsomely. Congratulations.  

UM Wood Center Gets $2M U.S. Grant: Design of Corrosion-Resistant Materials Sought Print E-mail

By Ruth-Ellen Cohen, Bangor Daily News

dr habib dagher shows the new plastics production lineORONO - The University of Maine's Advanced Engineered Wood Composites Center has received $2 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation to design and develop corrosion-resistant materials for waterfront construction projects.

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