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Program-related articles and news


May 16, 2024

MDI lab studying how PFAS spreads from rural schools to homes

MDI Bio Lab Scientists Identify and Unexpected Forever Chemical Source: Rural Schools


September 28,2023

Eagles, Eels, and Forever Chemicals-TRL Analytics

September 19, 2023

Understanding Effects of Exposures to Environmental Contaminants on Aging-presentation to UMA Senior College

September 11, 2023

PFAS, Arsenic, and Other Water-Borne Toxins-Science Cafe with Dr. Ned Calonge, M.D., M.P.H.

August 23, 2023

MDI High School and Tremont Consolidated School Have High Levels of PFAS, Do You?

March 1, 2023

High levels of arsenic found in 6% of Bar Harbor wells

February 17, 2023

New Allies Help MDI Bio Lab’s Research on Aging and Environmental Risks


December 21, 2022

UNE, MDIBL Team up for Drinking Water Initiative

October 29, 2022

Free home-test kits available to test well water for arsenic

October 26, 2022

Bar Harbor partners with community to test all wells for arsenic

October 17, 2022

Digging Deep: Students Well-Equipped to Make Change

May 13, 2022

Funding Helps Expand Arsenic Awareness Program

March 1, 2022

Westbrook students’ science project makes impact in Augusta


November 23, 2021

Study Aims to Raise Awareness of Groundwater Toxins

October 14, 2021

Partnership aims to test all town wells for arsenic

October 8, 2021

Conners Emerson School Collaborates with Bar Harbor Health Officer

August 27, 2021

Citizen Scientists Support Doctoral Research

March 5, 2021

Maine CDC grant will support improving access to safe drinking water


May 18, 2020

MDI Biological Laboratory Gets Children Involved Through Citizen Science

April 15, 2020

MDI Biological Laboratory-led Program Reveals High Arsenic in Well Water

January 13, 2020

Drink water from your own private well? It’s time you test the water quality and prepare for the future

January 07, 2020

Lab expands testing of arsenic in well water



October 15, 2018

Updating the shallow ‘dug’ water well can help N.H. avoid arsenic