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  • Tien, Yung-Tien (2019)
    Virus has been known as a filtered particle, normally smaller than 0.22 micrometer, which is impossible to be observed by human eyes. By using electron microscope (EM), we are able to visualize the beauty of microorganism. ...

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  • Ross, Jason (2014-05)
    The Smooth Softshell Turtle (Apalone mutica) inhabits sandy rivers throughout the Midwest United States. It spends most of its time in the water, though on warm days will soak up the sun basking on sandbars. It is considered ...

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  • D'Almeida, Laura (2019)
    In learning about education, education systems and student mobility in Brazil; I am constantly finding connections between the people, the language and the culture. What does it mean to be a mobile student in Brazil? How ...

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  • Liu, Yao-Min (2017)
    Resolving complex electrochemical reaction mechanisms requires the identification of reaction intermediates and products. We report a versatile electrochemical cell (EC) composed of paper sandwiched between two mesh ...

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  • Yang, Yubo (2020)
    This image shows the distribution of the momenta of electrons in crystalline lithium. If electrons were Classical distinguishable particles, then their momentum distribution would start highest at zero momentum (center of ...

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  • Kononov, Alina (2020)
    Delicate ripples flow through the electrons in graphene after impact by an ion, reminiscent of the patterns formed when a raindrop lands in a still puddle. Graphene is composed of a single layer of carbon atoms; it's an ...

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  • Doan, Thu Q. (2015-04)
    My Ph.D. research involves developing self-healing coatings for steel using electrospun fibers. This image is an example of some of the core-shell fibers are synthesized using electrospinning (a technique that uses high ...

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  • Doan, Thu Q. (2017)
    Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) image of self-healing electrospun fibers on a metal substrate at 5000x magnification. These core-shell fibers have a polystyrene shell and contain liquid epoxy healing agents. When ...

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  • Tao, John (2015-04)
    This photo was taken in Varanasi, India during an evening puja performance along the ghats. In the photo is a tourist observing the performance from one of many boats. She sits cross-legged, rapt by the performance, ...

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  • O'Grady, Courtney (2020)
    "I chose the image of an empty swing (set in motion) to symbolize the disruption that suspension and expulsion in early childhood causes young children subjected to these exclusionary disciplinary procedures. These practices ...

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  • Miller, Keith A. (2018-04)
    Recently added to the Los Angeles Westside, the planned community of Playa Vista houses over 7,500 residents within 1.3 square miles of land. Known colloquially as “Silicon Beach” due to many tech-sector companies located ...

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  • Hoque, Muhammad Jahidul (2020)
    Though this jet-like internal flow pattern inside of a water droplet resembles a mushroom, it swims like a jellyfish. This microscopic phenomenon was observed when two micro-droplets coalesce. Internal droplet flow has ...

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  • Aleo, Patrick D. (2020)
    For thousands of years, humanity has described the movement and wonder of the night sky through stories. These stories catalyzed research in both observational and theoretical domains of astronomical sciences, and have ...

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  • James, Noelle (2017)
    Two sibling fish eggs sit next to each other, preparing to hatch in the coming days. Immediately after fertilization, the left egg was genetically modified so its cells would fluoresce red when they use a particular gene. ...

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  • Snell, Lindsey (2014-05)
    From the simplest surge of nostalgia to a flashback to lesser days, objects can profoundly activate memories. A thing possesses the ability to retain latent information about a person, a place, an event, history, and much ...

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  • Moshage, Sara G. (2018-04)
    Ever wondered why horses have difficulty recovering from broken legs? Because they don’t have hands to use crutches! Horses weigh so much that they can only lay down for a few hours at a time, and standing on three legs ...

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  • Junokas, Michael J. (2016-04)
    Motion-capture and analysis systems provide an opportunity to highlight and manipulate the expressive characteristics of movement, providing dancers with a new medium for aesthetic investigation. This medium gets at the ...

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  • Wala, Matt (2016-04)
    Conformal maps are a way of distorting regions in the plane in such a manner that angles between intersecting curves are preserved. Owing to their connection to partial differential equations, conformal maps have a variety ...

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  • Liu, Dicky (2019)
    For extremely high performance nano-sized semiconductors, extreme measures are required: full-body suits, high temperature furnaces (1100°C / 2100°F), blue light-free environment, ultra clean air, and steady hands unfazed ...

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  • Skelcey, Caitlin (2017)
    Within my work I am interested in cultural subversions of the artificial and natural, as well as how transhuman technology redefines and enhances human nature and biological identity. As a maker and artist I create using ...

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