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MSE 2023 Symposium: session 4, Elevating Human Nutrition and Microbiome Practice

Day 4: Elevating human nutrition and microbiome practiceThursday, June 8, 2023Scope: Human nutrition research and practice provides a unique opportunity to provide equitable health and microbiome…

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“The human-valued interest in microbiome science is the distillation of human-environmental interactions”, Dr. Stephanie Schnorr

Microbes and Social Equity speaker series 2023This series explores the way that microbes connect public policy, social disparities, and human health, as well as the ongoing research, education,…

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“Microbiome Research with the Yanomami”, David Good

Microbes and Social Equity speaker series 2023This series explores the way that microbes connect public policy, social disparities, and human health, as well as the ongoing research, education,…

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“The vaginal microbiome: key for women’s health & healthy newborns”, Dr. Sarah Lebeer

Microbes and Social Equity speaker series 2023This series explores the way that microbes connect public policy, social disparities, and human health, as well as the ongoing research, education,…

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August 2020 Community Town Hall from UMFK

UMFK Community Town Hall 8-12-2020. Discussion of safe return to campus.

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Knights of Columbus, Council No. 1934

A history of the Knights of Columbus Council No. 1934, Fort Kent, Maine, in honor of the organization’s class of 1991. Extended photo montage with personal and historical commentary. Includes a…

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Ployes and Muskies

A gathering in celebration of ployes in Fort Kent, Maine. Video shows the creation of an oversize ploye – the traditional French Acadian buckwheat pancake – on a metal surface atop a…

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Future of Maine Agriculture: How to Become More Involved in Local Food Production

University of Maine Cooperative Extension discusses how to become more involved with the production of local foods and more engaged with your local community.

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Incest: A Family Tragedy

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