Browse Image of Research - Undergraduate Students by Issue Date

  • Hurtado, Mateo (2014-05)
    With this image I wanted to connect the three plays that are discussed and compared in my research pertaining to new play development. The clock seen in the image is distorted with symbols representing each play respectively ...

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  • Panova, Tayana (2014-05)
    This image is a combination of drawings I have done that reflect what I see on campus every day. I have observed that students on campus are constantly looking down at their phones and engaging with them, and my hypothesis ...

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  • Piller, Madeline (2014-05)
    My submission From One Mutation to Another is a visual representation of how mutations have changed all living things throughout history and will continue to change all things in the future. This image shows me examining ...

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  • Senetar, Alexander (2014-05)
    This selfie shows undergraduate research assistant, Alexander Senetar, wired up in a state of the art, new technology created at the University of Illinois called EROS (Event-Related Optical Signaling). EROS provides high ...

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  • Zupec, Hannah (2014-05)
    This image contains two fibroblast cells that were fixed on a microscope slide after being stained with rhodamine phalloidin (red), wheat germ agglutinin (green), and 4',6-diamidino-2-phenylindole (blue) in order to visualize ...

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    Lin, Sanny (2014-05)
    This image shows two Plexlines, representing two different children with different levels of communicative engagement during a social play session. The visualization on the top shows that the child is engaging through ...

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  • Block, Molly (2014-05)
    Yoga has recently spread to Kenya with a variety of studios opening up around Nairobi. One in particular brings yoga to those who never would have heard of it before. Africa Yoga Project (AYP) is an NGO that trains ...

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  • Gwak, JunYoung (2014-05)
    My passion lies in computer vision, a field of study which makes computer see and understand what people can. Since humans heavily rely on visual information, building a computer system which has the same visual sense has ...

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  • Wang, Le (2014-05)
    My research is on non-contact heart rate detection using temporal analysis of face video captured by ubiquitous RGB webcams. The cyclical movement of blood causes the color variations on the face, and the pulse via abdominal ...

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  • Gottlieb, Aimee (2014-05)
    I took this picture at a wheelchair track practice last fall. It tied in perfectly with the research I had been doing on sport and inclusion. Previously, people with disabilities have been excluded from mainstream society ...

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  • Kolyvas, Emily A. (2014-05)
    Accounting for approximately 40% of total mass and 30% of an individual’s resting metabolic rate, skeletal muscle is vital to the maintenance of health, function and quality of life. Pictured in this image is a cross section ...

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  • O'Connor, Brendan (2014-05)
    This image depicts the root tip of a turkish hazelnut plant. My research investigates the impact different hazelnut genotype groups had on the mycorrhizae that colonized their root systems. To confirm colonization and type ...

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  • Yu, Haichuan (2014-05)
    "Where the telescope ends, the microscope begins. Who can say, of the two, which one has the grander view?" - Victor Hugo Building thin films is an essential application of nanoparticles in the fast-growing field of ...

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  • Sharma, Shivam (2014-05)
    Image Description: Graphene TEM Grid on HSi etched using Reactive Ion etching (RIE) under Scanning Electron Microscope Black Regions: Graphene Light Gray regions: HIS Dark Gray Regions: Sputtered Graphene due to ...

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  • Petracovici, Ana (2014-05)
    Planarians are freshwater flatworms that possess remarkable regenerative abilities, and are able to regenerate whole animals from small tissue fragments. My research in the Newmark lab is focused on identifying genes that ...

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  • Colby, Lauren (2014-05)
    One of the most rewarding things I did while studying abroad was not only my research on Chinese students' language acquisition, but also volunteering at a local migrant school teaching English to 1st through 3rd graders. ...

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  • Reynolds, Matthew (2014-05)
    After spending two weeks researching the cultural landscape of Varanasi in northern India, it became undeniably evident to me that there is more to the scene than what just meets the eye. Varanasi is full of rich culture ...

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  • Boyce, Matthew (2014-05)
    I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to conduct research on South Caicos Island in the British West Indies this previous summer. The marine environment supports the South Caicos economy directly and indirectly ...

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  • Fleischman, Jason (2014-05)
    I created this virtual image to represent the process through which I make ferroelectric thin films in Lane Martin's Research group. The blueish laser beam pulses through a window in the back of this chamber, vaporizes the ...

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  • Black, Jesse (2014-05)
    This image shows multiple particles of a Sulfolobus spindle shaped virus (SSV) isolated from an acidic hot spring in the Kamchatka Peninsula (Russia). These spindle shaped viruses infect Sulfolobus islandicus, a hyper ...

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