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TS11August2022_WSengupta

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DataX SCM Workshop 6-2022_Shah

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DataX SCM Workshop 6-2022_Seljak

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DataX PPPL Workshop 5-2022_Melchior Part 2

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ReMatch Intern - Yuri Yu

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OURSIP Intern - Jennifer Nwokeji

Cryo-EM Studies of Organelle Formation in Parasites Mentors: Prof. John Jimah, Molecular Biology Nathan Fowler (Research Specialist), Molecular Biology

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OURSIP Intern - Vivian Chen

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Silencing Alarms: Discovering How Viruses Evade Our Cellular Immune Systems, Robert LeDesma, G6 (3964620)

The cells in our body inherently possess an alarm system that can detect when an invader, such as a virus, infects the cell. Unfortunately, viruses are constantly evolving ways in which they can…

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How sensory and memory information are encoded in the brain, Kamron Soldozy, UG '22 (3965318)

Imagine trying to catch a ball. Combining the position of the ball now with where it was a moment ago allows you to make a prediction of where the ball will be, a crucial piece of information for a…

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Anxious Prospects: Determining Cognitive Processes Underlying Biased Risk Preferences in Anxiety, Allison Yang, UG '23 (3959046)

One prominent symptom of anxiety is exaggerated threat appraisal, which is an overestimation of the likelihood and extent of harm. Researchers have aimed to understand what underlies the real cause…

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