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Probiotic Precision: Engineering Solutions for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Management, Camille Perez, UG '27, Rebekah Choi, UG '26, Evelyn Chen, UG '26 (1BA407E8)

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) presents a significant healthcare challenge, affecting millions worldwide with its chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract. Current treatments, mainly…

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Sonia Chernova Lecture "Autonomy in the Human World: Developing Robots that Handle the Diversity of Human Lives"

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OURSIP Intern - Soleil Tseng

CRISPR-based Detection of Co-occurring Infectious Disease Outbreaks: Mycobacterium tuberculosis & SARS-CoV-2

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Photosynthesis A - Chair- Silvia Ramundo

The processes of CO2-concentrating mechanism and photoprotection are extensively co-regulated in Chlamydomonas - Yizhong Yuan, Emily G. Werth, Marius Arend, Georgios Kepesidis, M. Åguila…

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Metabolism and responses to the environment A

High‐throughput identification of novel heat tolerance genes via genome‐wide pooled mutant screens in the model green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardii - Erin M. Mattoon, William E. McHargue, Catherine…

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Analyzing the underlying mechanisms of cross-platform validity for Natural Language Processing-based predictive models that identify mental disorders in social media users, Yubi Mamiya, UG '26 (3995017)

Recent, dramatic increases in life-threatening self-harm and hospitalizations of young people due to mental disorders has motivated efforts to preemptively identify suffering individuals and connect…

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Mapping Human Preference in the Mosquito Brain, Timothy W. Schwanitz, GS (2924323)

The Yellow Fever Mosquito is a globally invasive mosquito that prefers to bite human beings because it prefers the odor of human beings to the odor of other animals. In parts of its native range in…

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Is Telomerase The Kryptonite of Human Cytomegalovirus?, Chloe Cavanaugh, GS (2264575)

Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV) remains highly prevalent and can cause severe disease in immunocompromised hosts. Congenital infection is a leading cause of congenital neurologic defects. There is no…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Lisa Naughton

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Lisa Naughton “Does formalizing ‘artisanal’ gold mining mitigate environmental damage? Evidence from…

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OURSIP Intern - Mary Whelan

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OURSIP Intern - Kevin Zhang

Nuclease Project in C. Reinhardtii Mentors: Dr. Martin Jonikas, Molecular Biology Micah Burton, Molecular Biology

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DataX PPPL Workshop 5-2022_Intro

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MS02June2022_APSQ12Kits

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Migratory flight on the Pacific Flyway: strategies and tendencies of wind drift compensation, Patrick_Newcombe_Video - Patrick Newcombe, UG '25 (2768215)

Applications of remote sensing data to monitor bird migration usher a new understanding of magnitude and extent of movements across entire flyways. Millions of birds move through the western USA, yet…

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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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