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Loving Coral Reefs to Death in Hawaii, Bing Lin, GS (2263815)

Coral reefs are both icons of biodiversity and global tourist attractions. By combining web-scraped public Instagram data and aerially mapped live coral cover maps across the main Hawaiian Islands,…

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Making Your Code Run Faster: Hardware Acceleration for Similar Input Data, Haiyue Ma, GS (2924007)

It is crucial to make computer programs run faster. Traditionally, the execution time for the same program stays the same regardless of the inputs. Based on the observation that programs tend to…

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Improving Drone Performance in Wind with Novel, Fast, Sensors, Nate Simon, GS (2272842)

Unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) have the potential to transformatively impact numerous industries, including infrastructure inspection, search and rescue, package delivery, and even atmospheric…

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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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TangoSec: a performant dance across the public Internet, Benjamin Herber, GS (2263723)

Modern applications have strict network requirements, such as low latency and high reliability. Have these modern requirements grown beyond that which the public Internet can provide? Many companies,…

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How much can you gain by cheating in a Tournament?, Sacheth Sathyanarayanan, GS (2277180)

A (round-robin) tournament consists of n teams playing all possible matches. A Tournament Rule takes as input the results of a tournament and (possibly randomly) selects a ranking of teams, with a…

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Explaining treewidth through the Traveling Salesman Problem, Tara Abrishami, GS (2278472)

I study a graph parameter called treewidth, which measures how easy or hard it is to solve problems on the graph. In this video, we explore treewidth by considering a problem called the Traveling…

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E-cadherin: Biological Glue to Improve Cell-Material Adhesion, Youn Kyoung (Elena) Cho, GS (2279756)

Biomedical devices that penetrate the skin, such as implants and vascular access devices, rely on a stable attachment between the tissue and material to prevent complications. If the adhesion fails…

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Chemical Tools to Understand Protein Interactions, Zoe Merz, GS (4088732)

The proteins in our cells are not solo players; they constantly engage and cooperate with other proteins. These interactions are very important for the normal function of the cell and are relevant to…

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Ripples in my protein: How different parts of a protein talk to each other and change its structure, Sohit Miglani, GS (4088652)

Proteins change their structure to perform different functions. We have always known that proteins can exist in different structures but the molecular mechanisms that allow parts of a protein to talk…

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The Circadian Clock Shapes Gut Health and Immunity, Talia Akoh-Arrey, GS (4058485)

Shift work, which refers to a work schedule outside the hours of 7AM and 6PM, is a global practice employed across multiple industries. Decades of research has identified shift workers as being at…

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Using mathematical models to inform Princeton’s COVID-19 testing guidelines, Sang Woo Park, GS (2278385)

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on our campus over the last few years. To mitigate the number of infections, many COVID-19 policies were introduced on campus, including vaccination…

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How bacteria communicate; investigating the biochemical mechanism of bacterial "speech", Steven Bodine, GS (2278074)

Communication is an incredibly powerful tool for species to survive in a hostile environment. With that in mind, it is perhaps unsurprising that even some of the simplest life forms, bacteria, have…

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Investigating Persuasiveness in Large Language Models, Promise Ekpo Osaine, GS

While the rate of progress and innovation in Artificial intelligence (AI) has many potential benefits, the potential for accidental deleterious effects cannot be overemphasised. It has been…

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Going Ballistic! Elucidating the Transition from Repetitive Head Injuries to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Using a Novel Ballistic Impactor in Flies, Nicole J. Katchur, GS (2272683)

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a disease that affects the brain and worsens over time. CTE is associated with repetitive brain injuries (rTBI) and may lead to symptoms like memory loss and…

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mmWall: A Steerable, Transflective Metamaterial Surface for NextG mmWave Networks, Kun Woo Cho, GS (2270373)

High frequency, millimeter-wave (mmWave) spectrum has emerged in the 5G/6G era as a key next-generation wireless network enabler, fulfilling user demands for high spectral efficiency and low latency…

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