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  • Lee, Katharine (2013)
    My current research is focused on the effects of physical activity on women of reproductive age. Part of this involves recognizing how culture affects both the amount of habitual physical activty people do and perceptions ...

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  • Agrawal, Utsav (2014-05)
    The art shows diffraction limited (left) image transitioning towards a super-resolved image (right) of a chemotactic protein in bacteria called B.subtilis. The bacterial membrane (green) and DNA stain (blue) are also shown ...

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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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  • 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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  • Cassidy, Keith (2014-05)
    The ability of all living things to sense, interpret, and respond to environmental signals is central to life. Animals, such as ourselves, have exquisite organs including eyes and ears for taking in information and a brain ...

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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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  • Corr, Catherine (2014-05)
    A key component of my research is exploring service delivery complications for very young children with disabilities and their families who are living in urban poverty. My work is multi-modal by design, utilizing both ...

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  • Katz, Aron (2014-05)
    Though most people have never heard them, Collembola (a.k.a. springtails), are the second most abundant arthropods on the planet. These ubiquitous hexapods occupy most terrestrial habitats and serve an important role in ...

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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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  • Deahl, Keilin (2014-05)
    International service-learning and the prospect of international travel has drawn students from diverse engineering disciplines to participate in both curricular and co-curricular projects. Conducting research on the skills, ...

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  • Finn, Clare (2014-05)
    My work investigates the relationship between absence and presence. I am interested in what remains intangibly present in the form of memories. Though we might feel as if people and things are absent, our knowledge and ...

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  • Maximenko, Yulia (2014-05)
    This image is a result of electrospray deposition of ultra-small luminescent 3 nm silicon nanoparticles from alcohol solution. The nanoparticles are deposited onto a silicon wafer and imaged with atomic force microscope. ...

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  • Aziz, Muhammad F. (2014-05)
    "His gaze pierces cloud, shadow, earth, and flesh. You know of what I speak, Gandalf:a great Eye, lidless, wreathed in flame." Tolkien The metaphor of Eye of Sauron fits well for a network based phylogenomic research in ...

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  • Siebel, Marissa B. (2014-05)
    On October 13th, 2013 University of Illinois wheelchair racers Kelsey LeFevour and Raymond Martin crossed the finish line of the Chicago Marathon. Although Kelsey and Raymond are seasoned wheelchair racers neither won the ...

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  • Seo, Jina (2014-05)
    My research focuses on finding connections and interactions between myself and other happenings around me. In Buddhism, a life seems to be a vast woven composition of numerous elements, leading things to arise dependently ...

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  • Cvetkovic, Caroline (2014-05)
    Our research focuses on the use of skeletal muscle as a power source for soft robotic biological machines. A supportive extracellular matrix (ECM) environment is important for the maturation and maintenance of many cells ...

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  • Zachwieja, Alexandra (2014-05)
    This image is an example of a density color map of the sheep tibiofemoral articulation.These color maps were taken of the joints of the sheep hind limb to asses changes in bone density in sheep exposed to flexed and inclined ...

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  • Brown, Nico (2014-05)
    As a dance artist, I am currently reconciling my affinity for minimalist and formalist aesthetics alongside my love of extravagant, full-bodied dancing. In this promotional image for my latest choreography, currently titled ...

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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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