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On Sunken Land: The Environmental and Social Impacts of the Itaipu Hydroelectric Dam in Brazil, Coley Rose Martin, UG '23 (2272645)

In October of 1982, a Brazilian and Paraguayan company known as Itaipu Binacional closed the side canals of the Itaipu hydroelectric dam on the Paraná River in Brazil, launching an ambitious…

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Electric Toothbrushing Pitfalls, Rachel J. Kulchar, UG (2276841)

As the most prevalent chronic disease, dental caries, or tooth decay, is exacerbated by inadequate plaque removal. Oftentimes, people assume that electric toothbrushes are a very efficient way to…

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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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Quantum Photonic Transformer (QPT), Alkin Kaz, UG '23 (2262501)

You might have wondered what underlying mechanism and models does the famous ChatGPT, the Artificial Intelligence (AI) chat assistant employs. The T of the GPT, that is the Generative Pre-trained…

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TangoSec: a performant dance across the public Internet, Benjamin Herber, GS (2263723)

Modern applications have strict network requirements, such as low latency and high reliability. Have these modern requirements grown beyond that which the public Internet can provide? Many companies,…

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Violence, Ethics, and Social Media, Jeffery Chen, UG '25 (2765310)

For many of us, social media is an integral part of our everyday lives. But the ramifications of social media can go beyond just an unfunny post or angry response; on more than one occasion, social…

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Do Judges Score Dives Fairly? Analyzing the Contribution of Different Phases to Scoring in Diving, Lauren Okamoto, UG (2270842)

Judging in diving is supposed to be as objective as possible and fairly account for all phases of a dive: start, take-off, flight, and entry. However, in practice, it is a commonly held belief among…

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Nordic NATO Expansion and the Arctic Security Dilemma, Riley M. Owen, UG '23 (2986829)

Since the conclusion of the Cold War, the notion of ‘Arctic Exceptionalism’ has characterized the region’s unique norms, dynamics, and cooperative atmosphere. Rising tensions of…

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