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Chlamy 2023 - Welcome and Keynote 1 Alison Smith

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Laboratory Learning Program orientation video

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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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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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Computational Insights into the Atomic-Scale Properties of Amorphous Solid Dispersions of Cannabidiol, Stephanie Monson, UG '23 (2277961)

Cannabidiol (CBD) has been gaining popularity as a therapeutic, targeting diseases such as epilepsy and Alzheimer’s. Like many other small molecule drugs, CBD has low solubility and…

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Princeton Campus Composting, Ezekiel Akinsanya, UG '26, Julia Dumais, UG '26, and and Giselle Schrier, UG '26 (3993749)

Methane gas produced by decomposing organic matter in landfills is responsible for about 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Imagine if we could eliminate ⅕ of these emissions while creating…

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Meta, Moamen Elmassry, PD (2266360)

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

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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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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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Cobalt-Catalyzed Asymmetric Hydrogenation of Pharmaceutically-Relevant Functionalized Enamides, Madison Esposito, UG '23 (2271047)

Asymmetric hydrogenation– the addition of hydrogen across a substrate’s carbon-carbon double bond, as mediated by transition metal catalysts– is an atom-economical process used to…

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Regulating swelling in lab-grown kidneys using electricity, Isaac Breinyn, GS and Gawoon Shim, GS (2267847)

Pumping in organs is an essential and ubiquitous step across the developmental processes in organs such as alveoli, kidney ducts, and the gut. Once a hollow structure is established, it undergoes…

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Humanistic Design Speaker Series: "Beyond the Cyborg Imaginary: Neuroprosthetic Limbs and Embodied Science-in-the-Making"_Alexandra_Middleton_Lecture_1

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Brazil Lab: "Cultivation Without Domestication And Urbanism Without Cities In Ancient Amazonia"

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