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  • Haus, Miranda (2014-05)
    The leaf surface is covered with microscopic pores that allow plants to breathe and communicate with the outside world. These mouth shaped pores, called stomata, control the amount of carbon dioxide taken into the plant ...

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  • Zhang, Kaihao (2017)
    We proposed a novel manufacturing process of metal nanowires from bulk material: the Laser-assisted Draw Casting (LDC). LDC can find many applications in stretchable or transparent conductors, spanning the meter scale, ...

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  • Seo, Jina (2016-04)
    I am an artist. I try to answer my own questions regarding a variety of feelings and thoughts about human nature in a visual format. I draw, paint, make sculptures, or photograph to express my curiosity about humanity. The ...

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  • Timm, Stephanie (2015-04)
    I snapped this photo at the edge of Marina Reservoir near Singapores downtown core. Perhaps you might know Singapore for its unique architecture (there's nothing subtle about that Marina Bay Sands building on the left), ...

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  • Tiwari, Ananya (2020)
    Socio-emotional (SE) skills are the attitudes and skills necessary for youth to recognize and control their emotions and behaviors; establish and maintain positive relationships; make responsible decisions and solve ...

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  • Lin, Chunfeng (2018-04)
    Ansai waist drummers perform at a Red Tourism site a few miles north of Yan’an city, China. Red Tourism (hongse luyou) refers to tourism of the People’s Republic of China in which people visit tourist spots with historical ...

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  • Lenell, Charles (2016-04)
    Women's and men's voices are differentially impacted by age; however, a dearth of research exists regarding sexual dimorphism of the aged larynx. This is primarily due to the general inaccessibility of laryngeal muscles ...

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  • Srivastava, Indrajit (2020)
    Carbon Dots are an astonishing class of fluorescence (glowing) materials with numerous advantages over the conventional materials owing to their water solubility, higher brightness, stability and low toxicity. This image ...

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  • Sindoro, Melinda (2015-04)
    How does one harvest the sunlight? The answers are as plenty as the numerous developments of solar cells. Perhaps, a more overlooked challenge is how to harvest the leftover sunlight, those of low energy wavelength that ...

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  • Fields, Lauren (2014-05)
    At first glance this image is unremarkable: a juvenile fish sits atop a substrate ignoring the light and the camera. What is remarkable is that the substrate is made up of large(8cm diameter) ice platelets anchored to the ...

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  • Rickard, Meredith (2020)
    Inside the cells of every living thing on Earth, there are millions of proteins—the molecular movers and shakers of life, each with a specific job to do. However, they can only do their jobs if they are folded—if their ...

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  • Dave, Kapil (2014-05)
    I was fascinated one day while performing an experiment on the Single Molecule Total Internal Microscope. As I Switched off the lights of the room, and powered my green laser I saw a nice beautiful diffraction pattern of ...

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  • Shapourlan, Hassan (2015-04)
    The quantum computation is a new scheme for computation based on the quantum physics, which is much more efficient than the digital computation algorithms. The quantum information are stored at quantum bits (qubits). In ...

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  • Greenlee, Tina A. (2014-05)
    Imagine peering through the helmet visor as this firefighter does. Much like our current understanding of cognitive functioning of firefighters in live-fire maneuvers,the view is clouded. This not only depicts the view ...

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  • Porras-Gomez, Marilyn (2020)
    Lipids, fundamental molecules of nature, are embedded across the cell membrane giving shape to the barrier that enables function and creates individuality in organisms. Prior understanding of the membrane had proteins as ...

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  • Lawson, Shelby (2020)
    My research focuses on Yellow Warbler and the special “seet” call they make. Yellow Warblers seet call to warn each other about nearby Brown-headed Cowbirds, which lay their eggs in the nests of other species and leave the ...

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  • Clay, Jaylen De' Angelo (2019)
    Being born deaf and understanding how the loss of one sense affects the sum of the whole, has a profound effect on my visions and research as an artist. Having the experience using language the body has to say about speaking ...

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  • Schlein, Lisa J. (2017)
    According to Greek mythology, Karkinos the giant crab was crushed underfoot by Hercules during combat. As a reward for Karkinos’ valor, the goddess Hera immortalized him among the stars as the constellation we call ...

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  • Ryan, Ben (2014-05)
    A gaseous disk flowing around a black hole is safe from oblivion for the same reason that the Earth does not fall into the sun. However, if the gas is a magnetized plasma of charged particles, interplay between the magnetic ...

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  • Goh, Boon Chong (2015-04)
    Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), caused by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), accounts for over a million deaths every year. Being in the same family of retrovirus as HIV, Rous sarcoma virus (RSV) causes cancer ...

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