Darling Marine Center, School of Marine Science, University of Maine
Data Center Description
The University of Maine Darling Marine Center is the site of world renowned marine research. DMC faculty belong to The University of Maine's School of Marine Sciences where 45 faculty represent the largest group of marine scientists in Maine! They conduct state and federally funded research on the world's oceans, train graduate students to be future researchers and university professors, and offer intensive summer internships to select undergraduates.
Located in the small town of Walpole, 60 miles northeast of Portland and 100 miles south of the University's Orono campus, the Darling Marine Center functions year round as a research and educational facility. The DMC fosters national and international collaboration among marine scientists and invites visiting investigators to use the state-of-the-art equipment in our biogeochemistry, microbiology, histology, electron microscopy, and flowing seawater laboratories.
The University of Maine Darling Marine Center is part of the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture. Faculty at the Center are members of the University's School of Marine Sciences. The Darling Marine Center is a member of the National Association of Marine Laboratories and the New England Association of Marine and Great Lakes Laboratories.