Wearable technology providing continuous monitoring of oxygen saturation levels for the detection of anaphylactic shock.
A majority of breast cancer patients develop metastases in their bone, and the bone microenvironment plays a large role in recruiting tumor cells from the breast.
Liposome-based drug delivery to the brain is a well-established and an effective approach for delivering neuroprotectants across the BBB in ischemic stroke.
Despite replicating in the cytoplasm, coronaviruses employ several mechanisms surrounding the nucleus to promote proliferation.
Adipose Tissue Macrophage Transcriptome Suggests Trained Innate Immunity Formation in Response to Weight Cycling
Single cell sequencing suggests evidence of trained innate immunity in adipose tissue macrophages from weight cycled mice.
This study used deep neural networks to remove dark region artifacts in order to create clearer ultrasound images.
The dielectric functions of several 2D materials were extracted in order to determine the infrared optical properties of these materials.
Dark matter in a simulated dwarf galaxy was replaced with primordial black holes and the resulting radiation is analyzed.
Investigating stress response to a social evaluative threat in female and male children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
An analysis of the cortisol stress responses to the Trier Social Stress Test and responses to social ability questionnaires in females and males with autism spectrum disorder.
Development of an Educational Platform for Teaching Young Students Complex Networking Topics using the Parallax BadgeWX
A platform was created that allows students to more thoroughly engage in group learning using models that teach complex networking concepts.
The Optimization of a Commercial-Sized Hybrid Barrel-Panel Solar Oven for Implementation in Tropical Climates
The usability and temperature capabilities of a commercial-sized, easily replicable solar oven were improved upon through structural changes, temperature testing, and material comparisons, and cook trials were performed to understand functionality.
Investigating Desalination Possibilities in Membrane Disillation
Neural stem cells experience a decrease in quiescence in the absence of Jedi-1 positive endothelial cells.
Feasibility assessment of heat transfer as an independent variable to compare cold exposure studies of brown adipose tissue
A flow-temperature sensing device was incorporated into a water-blanket system to calculate heat transfer for use as an independent varia-ble in cooling studies
This study aimed to find a better treatment of Myelodysplastic Syndrome using myeloid progenitor cells grown in 3D culture.
Determining the metabolism of brain microvascular endothelial cells through conditional media testing.
Validating a Dual-Threshold Peak Detection for Calcium Signals Around Laser-Induced Epithelial Wounds
A comparison between an automated method of collection calcium peaks to a manual version to determine the accuracy of the automated system and gain insight into the role of calcium during the wound healing process.
The average grain size of Brahmaputra sediment samples from the Pleistocene and Holocene were compared to understand delta formation.
Developing remote procedure calls for NetsBlox to facilitate climate change lessons in K-12 STEM education
Climate change services were implemented into NetsBlox, as linking computer science to outside fields of science is an effective method of teaching programming.
This project consists of the creation of a robotics platform built on Python and a curriculum for middle and high school students in order to increase the amount of students interested in computer science.
Analyzing the Spatial Organization of Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Tumor Cells Using Immunostaining and Computational Approaches
Immunostaining and Computational approaches through the HistoCAT software determined a non-random organization of cells in Subependymal Giant-Cell Astrocytomas (SEGAs), a type of Tuberous Sclerosis Complex tumor.
The effects of C2STEM on student mastery and motivation in learning marine biology concepts and developing computational thinking skills
A computational thinking-based curriculum is an effective and productive tool for facilitating a transition into an interdisciplinary approach to precollege education.
An interactive augmented reality prototype application was created as an interactive educational tool for the classroom.
Solar irradiance positively influences the time of day at which red-eared sliders bask in wetland ecosystems.
Avoiding impurities by using microCT to look below stalagmite surfaces leads to more precise age models and better climate records.
Lead and uranium dating of zircon minerals from glacial till indicates that Tucker Glacier in Antarctica experienced a shift in flow pattern.