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Tissue Sculpture: How Do Our Lungs Form? Jake J. Klimek, UG '24 (5C795CAC)

Our lungs are beautifully designed and energetically efficient gas-exchange systems that are formed by complex, tree-like networks. However, sometimes lungs do not form correctly during embryonic…

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CBE Majors | Callie Zheng

CBE senior Callie Zheng discusses the depth and breadth of a discipline that has empowered her to advance the frontiers of knowledge.

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what is precision health

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3D Printing of Complex Materials for Biomedical and General Use, Lauren Ava Rawson, UG '23 (2270891)

Cell-cell connections are far stronger than cell-substrate connections. The proteins that cells use to connect to non-cellular material are weaker than the proteins used in cell-cell connections. On…

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Uncovering the Architecture of a Photosynthetic Turbocharger Through Super-Resolution Microscopy, Angelo Kayser-Browne, (2262922)

Plants use a protein called Rubisco to convert carbon dioxide into organic compounds, allowing them to “make” their own food through photosynthesis. A type of green algae called…

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Local Order Metrics for Two-Phase Media Across Length Scales, Murray Skolnick, G3 (3961621)

A two-phase heterogeneous material has a microstructure that consists of two domains made up of different materials or “phases.” Such two-phase materials are abound in natural and…

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Yazdani Lab Tour

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