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9.23.22 MAE Seminar Series

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OURSIP Intern - Jennifer Nwokeji

Cryo-EM Studies of Organelle Formation in Parasites Mentors: Prof. John Jimah, Molecular Biology Nathan Fowler (Research Specialist), Molecular Biology

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ReMatch Intern - Shruti Roy

Modeling North Atlantic Phytoplankton Blooms Mentors: Prof. Laure Resplandy, Geosciences Dr. Jessica Garwood, Geosciences

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4.30 Preaching, Doing, Being

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SULI24June2022_Carasik

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MS02June2022Plasma101

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HMEI: High Water Line: New Jersey -Solutions

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How Nature’s Tiniest Soda Could Help Feed the World: The Story of the Algal Pyrenoid, Eric Franklin, G4 (3965535)

Plants are responsible for almost everything around us. Not just as crops for us or livestock to eat, but also for the wood that makes up our houses and furniture, the cotton that we wear as clothes,…

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Polymer Additives Homogenize Flow in Underground Environments, Richard Huang, UG '23, (3964616)

Underground rocks and soil have microscopic pores in them able to hold groundwater. Approximately 22% of groundwater in the U.S. is contaminated, while 50% of drinking water in the U.S. is sourced…

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American Acequias: New Mexicans and National Belonging, Jacquelyn M. Davila, UG '22 (3945831)

Acequias are gravity-fed irrigation ditches managed by communities of farmers called parciantes. At the turn of the seventeenth century, colonial Spanish settlers introduced acequias into the arid…

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Launching Ultrathin Foil Floating Capabilities at the Princeton Space Physics Lab, Nina Arcot, G1 and Grace Gong, UG '22 (3956977)

The SWAPI (Solar Wind and Pickup Ions) instrument on NASA’s IMAP (Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe) mission uses ultrathin (~10 nm) carbon foils for coincidence measurements. Other…

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Dynamic Measure of Hyperuniformity and Nonhyperuniformity in Heterogeneous Media via the Diffusion Spreadability, Haina Wang, G4 (3960863)

Time-dependent interphase diffusion processes in multiphase heterogeneous media arise ubiquitously in physics, chemistry and biology. The recently developed concept of spreadability,…

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Design Optimization of Floating Breakwaters, Hamid ElDarwich, G2 (3909917)

Rapid urban population growth and climate change are increasing the impact of coastal hazards and the demand on land space. Floating cities are one of the proposed solutions to alleviate the demand…

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HMEI: High Water Line New Jersey "Translating Science Into Art "

The panel discussion “Translating Science Into Art” will bring together artists and outreach experts to explore how the environmental humanities can translate science into art —…

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HMEI: High Water Line New Jersey "Presenting the Science"

The panel discussion “Presenting the Science” will bring together climate experts to engage the public in understanding what scientists project for the future shoreline of New Jersey, the…

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Spring 2022 Anschutz_Lecture

King’s 2022 Anschutz lecture attends to the keywords “futurity,” “ecologies,” and “experimentation” as they circulate within Black and Indigenous feminist…

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