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2017 Image Of Research Results


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1st Place

The phenotypic plasticity of Pristimantis mutabilis

Submitted by: Chun Chun Ng

Program: Biomedical Visualization

Division: Life Sciences

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2nd Place

Intelligent Welding

Submitted by: Alexandra Del Carmen Basantes Defaz

Program: Materials Engineering

Division: Engineering, Mathematics, and Physical Sciences

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3rd Place

Surprise Symphony

Submitted by: Michaela Tures

Program: Graphic Design

Division: Fine Arts and Humanities

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Honorable Mentions

Under the Virtual Ice

Submitted by: Arthur Nishimoto

Program: Computer Science

Division: Engineering, Mathematics, and Physical Sciences

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Affect and Solidarity Constructed

Submitted by: Zachary Shane Kalish Blair

Program: Anthropology

Division: Behavioral and Social Sciences

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Peripheral visual function: Accessing the unexplored

Submitted by: Shresta Patangay

Program: Bioengineering

Division: Life Sciences

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Finalists

Translation: Female Batik Worker

Submitted by: Juhr Selamet

Program: Graphic Design

Division: Fine Arts and Humanities

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Circle Back

Submitted by: Yannis Dimoulis

Program: Industrial Design

Division: Fine Arts and Humanities

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Danio Rerio: A New Genomic Fishing Tool

Submitted by: Sriivatsan Govinda Rajan

Program: Biological Sciences

Division: Life Sciences

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Bee Pantaloons

Submitted by: Andrew Raduski

Program: Biological Sciences

Division: Life Sciences

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HIV Invasion

Submitted by: Christina Sidorowych

Program: Biomedical Visualization

Division: Life Sciences

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MOVING IMAGES

1st Place

Liver Decellularization for Patient Transplant

Submitted by: Ashley Ulm

Program: Biomedical Visualization

Division: Life Sciences

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2nd Place

The Endosymbiotic Relationship of Riftia pachyptila and Chemosynthetic Bacteria

Submitted by: Jacqueline Mason

Program: Biomedical Visualization

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