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Andrzej Zuranski: DataX Cataysis Data Scientist

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IA Symposium Negotiating Your Worth: Demystifying the Academic Interview and Negotiations Process

This panel will share their personal experiences on the academic job market while also discussing topics related to interviewing and negotiation techniques associated with salary, start date,…

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Laboratory Learning Program 2022 Orientation

The Laboratory Learning Program is a full-time, free research experience in the sciences or engineering for high school students. Students are included in ongoing research programs where they are…

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AH24May2022

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TC Onstott Memorial Symposium-AM session PT 1

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TC Onstott Memorial Symposium-AM session PT 2

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Final Public Oral Examination of Lucas Henry

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29April2022_EarthDayCelebration

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Towards Developing a Closed-Loop System to Optogenetically Perturb Cerebellar Purkinje Cells and Assess Effects on Locomotion in Freely-Moving Mice, Mina Musthafa, UG '22, (3965173)

The cerebellum has long been identified as a brain region involved in motor control and balance. Previously, it had been challenging to study cerebellar control of motor coordination in a context…

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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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Launching Ultrathin Foil Floating Capabilities at the Princeton Space Physics Lab, Nina Arcot, G1 and Grace Gong, UG '22 (3956977)

The SWAPI (Solar Wind and Pickup Ions) instrument on NASA’s IMAP (Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe) mission uses ultrathin (~10 nm) carbon foils for coincidence measurements. Other…

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Developing Online Tools for Spectroscopic Research, Kasey Shashaty, UG '23 (3958803)

This summer, I had the opportunity to work with the Princeton University Laser Sensing (PULSe) Lab, which is interested in laser-based spectroscopic systems. Their work has many real-world…

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Drugs are good, but how do they go bad?, Yejoon Seo, G4 (3937727)

Many oral delivery drugs are in the amorphous state, stabilized by an amorphous polymer. Over time, these drugs tend to "flow," resulting in significant changes to the drug product that…

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Modelling of Lead Titanate -- From Impressionism to Realism, Pinchen Xie, G4 (3935964)

We modelled the material lead titanate based on the underlying quantum mechanics of our world with the help of machine learning. Our approach depicted the lead titanate with accurate details like a…

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The gut microbiome are factories of small molecules, Moamen Elmassry, Post Doc (3885983)

Trillions of bacteria live in our gut. This community of microbes is called the gut microbiome. The gut microbiome is a rich source of small molecules. While the majority of gut microbiome-derived…

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