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Longitudinal Patterns of Microplastic Abundance and Potential for Food Web Uptake in the Yakima River
Author(s) Janell Shah Faculty Mentor(s) Clay Arango (Biological Sciences) Abstract Microplastic (MP) pollution is ubiquitous worldwide with plastics found even in pristine terrestrial, marine, and freshwater environments, but the ecological consequences of widespread MP remain unknown concern is growing because.
Author(s) Keegan Negron Faculty Mentor(s) Yvonne Chueh (Actuarial Science) Abstract In the wake of the economic upheaval caused by the Coronavirus Pandemic, numerous Americans have received stimulus checks and unemployment benefits from the government. These act as a safety net
Author(s) Sarah Adams, Tishra Beeson Faculty Mentor(s) Tishra Beeson (Physical Education, School & Public Health) Abstract A global pandemic of the COVID-19 disease was declared in 2020 due to the spread of the novel SARS-CoV-2 virus. This research investigates how
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Green Synthesis of Pharmaceutically Pertinent Bicyclic Pyrrolidines using the Castagnoli-Cushman Reaction
Author(s) Claire Borg, Michael Moilanen Faculty Mentor(s) Academic Service Learning in Public Health Abstract The synthesis of nitrogen-containing cyclic compounds (commonly known as azaheterocycles or N-heterocycles) has constantly been of importance to pharmaceutical companies given that they have great beneficial