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How Does Estrogen Impact the Brain? A Study on the Interaction between Estrogen Depletion and Microglia, Sebastian Mehrzad, UG '26, Ida Narli, UG '26 (C6410DF1)

Estrogen is a sex hormone that plays different roles in the brain versus in the periphery. Notably, low levels of estrogen have been shown to be associated with spatial memory impairment and object…

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Probiotic Precision: Engineering Solutions for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Management, Camille Perez, UG '27, Rebekah Choi, UG '26, Evelyn Chen, UG '26 (1BA407E8)

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) presents a significant healthcare challenge, affecting millions worldwide with its chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract. Current treatments, mainly…

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Cancer Killing Probiotics with High Specificity: Adhere, Quorum Sense, and Kill, Remy Garcia-Kakebeen, UG '27, Ryan Miner, UG '27, Jingjing Wang, UG '26 (4A06F438)

The motivation of our project is to create a treatment that would isolate and attack cancer cells rather than both cancerous and non-cancerous cells. The impact of this would be profound, as patients…

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Policing Segregation: Exploring the Boundary Effect in Chicago, Connie Gong, UG '25 (E73D1A87)

In sociology, the ‘boundary effect’ argues that policing maintains segregation by increasing presence at the borders of neighborhoods. Relatively few quantitative studies have attempted…

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Kawabata, Kohei, March 19, 2024, "Symmetry classification of non-Hermitian random matrices and open quantum systems"

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Kawabata, Kohei, March 19, 2024, "Symmetry classification of non-Hermitian random matrices and open quantum systems"

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Alicia Diaz performance Chancellor Green November 2, 2023

Alicia Diaz performance November 2nd, 2023 Chancellor Green Rotunda.

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Spiritual Warrior: Celebrating the Life And Legacy of Bhakti Tirtha Swami (John E. Favors '72)

John E. Favors ’72 was an early Black student leader and co-founder of the Third World Center (which was later renamed the Carl A. Fields Center). He went on to become one of the world’s…

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Universality and its Glitches Lecture Series Talk - Mladen Dolar "On: Ontology and its Glitches”

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"'An Image To Lighten The Soul's Heaviness:' Reflections On Portraiture And Longing In Classical Antiquity"

The concepts of ekphrasis and mimesis have prominently found their way into art historical methodologies that span subdisciplines of the field, generating interpretive models and sitting at the…

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4.40 A Plea for Salvation: The Way of the Servants of the Merciful

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4.37 Walking Gently, Speaking Peacefully: Qur’anic Ethics

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1.16 God and Nature

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The Augmented Undercommons and The Path to The Sun: An Exploration of Liberatory Technology and other Revolutionary Tools, Payton Croskey, UG '23 (3963813)

Gunshot-detecting microphones, killer drones and baby fingerprint scanners all exist to convince citizens that they are necessary developments for a safe society. Yet, Black technologists and…

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A Side Unseen: Why Structural Violence Demands Visualization, Lauren McGrath, UG '21 (2295755)

Structural violence harms individuals’ health; however, this connection is not broadly recognized in society because the relationships which constitute structural violence are invisible. This…

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The Role of Genetic Ancestry in Precision Medicine: Insights from Skin Pigmentation Genes in Parkinson's Disease, Talia Krainc, UG '21 (2294943)

The greatest challenge facing the emergence of precision medicine is the lack of diversity in studied populations. To address this gap, it is critical to consider ancestral diversity that reflects…

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