Browse Image of Research - Graduate Students by Title

  • Thomas, Jared (2020)
    Specimens in amber can be a valuable source of information for paleontologists who wish to have a clearer picture of the paleobiota and paleoclimate during the time period when the amber was deposited in the ground. Important ...

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  • Lanius, Melinda (2017)
    "The apple of my eye" is something I cherish above all others. As a mathematician I study minimally degenerate Poisson manifolds. You can think of a Poisson manifold as the skin of a fruit. Imagine an apple. You probably ...

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  • Go, Matthew (2018-04)
    Deaths from homicides, accidents, disasters, or conflicts can result in unknown human remains that require identification before further investigation. To identify these remains, an anthropologist can piece together details ...

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  • Collins, Jasmine (2015-04)
    Financial barriers are becoming a reality for more families as the cost of tuition continues to rise and speculations of the role of financial aid in providing or hindering access are becoming more prevalent. While ...

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  • Coffill, Brian (2015-04)
    The American wind band and the game of baseball are both firmly tied to the American story. Many leading composers and conductors, ranging from John Philip Sousa and Charles Ives to 2014 Pulitzer Prize winning composer, ...

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  • Masis, Natalie (2015)
    A pile of activity booklets, worksheets, and plush toys is what you see, not an uncommon sight as to what is seen in a classroom. In an elementary school setting, teachers are constantly trying to approach teaching in fun ...

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  • Han, Mingxi (2015-04)
    In war, they will kill some of us; we shall destroy all of them -Thomas Jefferson War not just happens in macro world, but also exists in the world that we cannot see with naked eyes. Proteins sometimes are fighting with ...

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  • Gainaru, Ana (2014-05)
    A large percentage of computing capacity in todays large high-performance computing systems is wasted due to failures and recoveries. The fear in our community is that future Exascale systems will fail so frequently that ...

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  • Dunn, Tyler E. (2015-04)
    Death is all around us and the study of past mortuary practices can inform many aspects of modern culture, including facets of the stratification of society, the interaction of individuals and the landscape, and the belief ...

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  • Chatham, Laura (2015-04)
    Cutleaf teasel, a plant endemic to Europe, was introduced in the 1700s for the use of its seed heads in teasing wool for the textile industry. Today, teasel is a noxious weed in several states and is often found growing ...

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  • McNealy, Christina (2016-04)
    Marketing of children's toys meant to appeal to girls has reached an extreme level. Mature items such as makeup and risque clothing are forerunners in marketing to adolescent audiences and are enforcing expectations for ...

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  • Bobrovskyy, Maksym (2015-04)
    Research findings get published to benefit other scientists, but what happens during the process of scientific investigation stays behind the closed doors of the lab. This photograph provides a glimpse of microbiology ...

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  • Lee, Cheng-Wei (2017)
    Ions close to speed of light (≥ 10% of c) are commonly observed in outer space and they have been imposing challenges on space adventure since they are harmful for human beings and modern semiconductor devices. Due to ...

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  • Yu, Hang (2014-05)
    The image shows how a particular protein, named F-BAR domain, works in teams to bend flat cellular membrane into tubules. To generate organelles, eukaryotic cells sculpt their membranes into compartments, often employing ...

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  • Konopka, Christian (2016-04)
    Personalized medicine is revolutionizing the medical field. This transformation in practice is allowing a physician to look at a patient, do a molecular profile, and then prescribe treatments that would most directly correct ...

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  • Chaudhary, Gaurav; Ye, Michael; Ewoldt, Randy (2016-04)
    These are not the Hubble generated images of galaxies in distant universe. In fact, these are the images of bioluminescent microscopic marine organisms, dinoflagellata (Pyrocystis fusiformis), from very simple lab experiments ...

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    Akhtar, Aadeel (2015-04)
    Our research involves providing sensory feedback to people with upper limb loss. In this photograph, we have an unimpaired subject testing our low-cost, 3D-printed skin stretch mechanism to provide people with upper limb ...

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  • Larabee, Fredrick (2015)
    Animals use a diverse combination of mechanical components, such as levers, springs, and linkages, to power the behaviors that fascinate and inspire nature lovers. Trap-jaw ants, my study system, use a catapult mechanism ...

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  • Taaffee, Claudine Olivia (2015-04)
    In my work with Black girls, we use the camera as a tool for interrogating notions of power, voice and representation as articulated within education and popular culture. How we engage photography interrupts the binary of ...

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  • Emadian, Elliot (2019)
    Dance is an embodied form, one of the few artistic disciplines that demands an organic component. It gets labeled "ephemeral." In fact, choreographic work is always read in context with its environment, dancers, any available ...

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