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How landing on Mars helps Maine businesses and students Print E-mail
Almost anyone would be impressed by the technological achievement it took to hurl an SUV-sized projectile 352 million miles through space, on a flight lasting 36 weeks, and have it land safely and at the correct time and place on Mars. More
The evolution of infusion Print E-mail
As resin infusion continues to infiltrate composites, fabricators across the market spectrum drive materials and process developments in pursuit of process control.  More...
UMaine researchers receive patent for fence, deck wood composite Print E-mail
Your next deck or fence could last longer and withstand more punishment thanks to newly patented technology developed at the University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center.  More...
Bridge-in-a-Backpack hits milestone Print E-mail
The “Bridge-in-a-Backpack” technology developed at the University of Maine and licensed to an Orono startup company has received a key approval that could speed its commercial adoption.  More...
Students Compete in Windstorm and Wind Blade Challenges Print E-mail
It wasn't just a day at the pool for some high school students.
Students compete at University of Maine in Wind Blade Challenge, Windstorm Challenge Print E-mail
Numerous high and middle school students descended on the University of Maine campus Friday for the fourth annual Maine Wind Blade Challenge and the DeepCwind Consortium’s Windstorm Challenge.
UMaine Invites Students to Compete Friday for $20,000 Engineering Internships at Windstorm, Wind Bla Print E-mail
What do you get when you combine wind, water, loads of fun, and more than 425 middle and high school students and teachers from more than 40 schools in Maine? You get the Windstorm and Maine Wind Blade Challenges on Friday, April 27, at the University of Maine’s New Balance Student Recreation and Fitness Center
Advanced Structures and Composites Centerís Offshore Wind Laboratory Receives Award Print E-mail
The U.S. Green Building Council has awarded the University of Maine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center the LEED Gold certification for its newly constructed Offshore Wind Laboratory. This is the first LEED Gold-certified building on the University of Maine campus.
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