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Oppenheimer, Michael, May 20, 2024, "Commentary"

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Fyodorov, Yan, March 18, 2024, "Replica-symmetry breaking transitions in the large deviations of the ground-state of a spherical spin-glass"

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Erdos, Laszlo, March 18, 2024, "Spectral universality of non-Hermitian random matrices"

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Introduction to Early Islamic Coins

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JPP01February2024_SXu

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OLTP25July2023_MKim

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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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Can Pitchers Gain a New Edge in Baseball by Profiling a Hitter’s Swing Path?, Tony Owens Jr, UG '24 (2278771)

A baseball game is a series of batter, pitcher matchups. The pitcher seeks to do one of two things: prevent the batter from making contact, or cause the batter to make weak contact, which will lead…

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Pitch Tunneling in Baseball, Ben Zenker, UG '24 (2264109)

Pitch tunneling in baseball is when two pitches look the same for most of their trajectory towards home plate, but then move in opposite directions. Pitchers utilize pitch tunneling to try and fool…

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Can a Batter Predict an Upcoming Pitch Only Using the Pitch Before?, Atharva Pathak, UG '26 (3993450)

Using a round bat to hit a small round baseball traveling 90+ mph and breaking in unexpected directions is considered the hardest activity in sports. Knowing the speed, break, and location of a pitch…

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Spot the Difference: Using Camera Traps and Coat Patterns to Identify Individual African Civets (Civettictis civetta) and Analyze Image ID Algorithm Accuracy, Catherine Keim, UG '23 (2264666)

Because mesocarnivores (carnivores at intermediate trophic levels) are generally solitary, elusive, and nocturnal, they are very difficult to research. One technology that can remedy this is the…

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Einstein Memorial Lecture: "The Discovery of Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) Radiation and its Role in Cosmology""

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Confluence: Collaboration Tools

Collaboration Tools will cover how to best collaborate with others when using Confluence, including using the platform for project and knowledge management. By the end of the session, you will be…

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Meet Gwen McNamara

Gwen McNamara is the Assistant Director of Communications at the John H. Pace, Jr. '39 Center for Civic Engagement. Learn more about what she does in service and civic engagement and how you can…

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