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  • Khan, Muhammad Ibrahim (2014-05)
    My research aim is to develop nano sensors for enormous applications in industry and bio medicine such as pressure and refractive index sensing. The device fabricated for this purpose is called as nanomushroom sensor. This ...

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  • Fathi, Parinaz (2019)
    My current research focuses on manipulating materials at the nanoscale in order to use them for applications in furthering human health. To achieve this, I have been utilizing biologically derived materials to synthesize ...

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  • Satyavolu, Nitya S. R. (2018-04)
    The picture here represents a false-colored scanning electron microscope image of gold nanoprisms, each only a few nanometers thick, but sub-micron sized in lateral dimensions. The nanoprisms, each colored differently, ...

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  • Maffeo, Christopher (2014-05)
    A blueprint for life is contained within the cells of every living organism in the form of DNA molecules. Most of us think about DNA in terms of phenotypes such as brown or blue eyes. However, on the cellular level, ...

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  • Wang, Yuhang (2018-04)
    This image was created based on one of my computational research project on the pentameric ligand-gated ion channel proteins. It conveys one message: all the complexity of nature originates from the origami-like folding ...

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  • Terry, Alonza (2015-04)
    When we think of addition numbers come to mind. How about we examine addition in nature? This image brings together several ways to add various objects to create one sum. The lights appear random and chaotic but there all ...

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    Pittman, Angie (2015)
    My thesis entitled The Ballad Collection is a choreographic investigation of the multiplicity and complexity of ways a black dancing body can be seen and represented. The power of art, including dance, is that it forms ...

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  • Livingston, Elizabeth (2019)
    Networks are a fundamental part of the world around us. They exist in tree roots and ant hills, as well as the neural and vascular networks within us. Our vascular networks pass through the densest parts of our skeleton, ...

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  • Mustroph, Martina Laetitia (2014-05)
    In response to exercise, thousands of new neurons are born in the hippocampus, a brain structure implicated in learning and memory. I train mice to associate a context with cocaine by repeatedly exposing them to the context ...

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  • Bido-Medina, Richard O. (2018-04)
    Yes! The mosquito did it again. Since the beginning of the current Zika virus outbreak in 2016, 3-4 million adults have been infected, a subset of which has suffered severe neurological complications. This raised multiple ...

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  • Rosofsky, Shawn (2018-04)
    Neutron stars are the smallest, densest stars known to exist. A neutron star is about 20 kilometers in diameter and is so dense that a teaspoon of neutron star material has a mass of about a billion tons. They are formed ...

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  • Moreu-Alonso, Fernando (2015)
    The tittle of Fernandos PhD thesis is Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of Railroad Bridges using Wireless Smart Sensors Networks. The object of this research is to develop strategies for managing railroad bridge ...

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  • Vasudevan, Ramya Pattanur (2019)
    Observing nature's most beautiful and remarkable creations makes us think of the most fundamental questions like: How does a flower bloom? How do birds fly? or How do worms move? Building structures need not be static, ...

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  • Mai, Danielle (2015)
    Synthetic chemistry helps DNA molecules take on new shapes and structures, such as the various comb polymers in this image. Long, colorful DNA branches are attached to chemically modified chains. We observe the resulting ...

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  • Maxwell, Elizabeth (2016-04)
    Feline injection site-associated sarcoma is a highly invasive cancer affecting cats that have received vaccines for preventable diseases. Surgery to remove this cancer must be aggressive, and often requires radical removal ...

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  • Choi, Kyung Yun (2017)
    Sometimes I feel left alone even more after talking with my family, who live in Korea, through a video call, text messaging. While they looks and sounds as if they are only a few feet away through 2D screen of video calls, ...

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  • Holland, Robin L. (2018-04)
    When one engages in research, we transition, from being a gatherer of knowledge, to a creator of knowledge. The process of research by its very nature pushes its explorers to question dogmas and pioneer new fields, and ...

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  • Hickl, Vincent (2019)
    First impressions may be misleading: this image is not a photograph of a star emitting a set of solar flares. It is a microscopic crude oil droplet covered in a film of oil-degrading marine bacteria. These bacteria play a ...

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  • Duffy, Damian (2014-05)
    This is a single image cartoon that visualizes the core concepts of my dissertation research on the incorporation of the comics medium into interactive online learning environments. The image is slightly off register so ...

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  • Dana, Catherine (2020)
    This image shows undergraduate field assistants catching Beameria venosa, a species of cicada only found on the clifftops overlooking the Mississippi floodplains of southern Illinois. Unlike many other species of cicadas, ...

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