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Author(s) Chesna Kern, Gizan Gando Faculty Mentor(s) John Choi (Mechanical Engineering Technology) Abstract The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) holds a competition at their annual conference for college students to design an RC car that will compete in sprint,
Developing a morphometric protocol for identifying and analyzing morphological variability in stone tools.
Author(s) Nik Simurdak Faculty Mentor(s) Patrick McCutcheon (Anthropology & Museum Studies) Abstract Morphometrics analysis of stone tools emphasizes the use of metric data to capture information about tool attributes, such as shape. These techniques are still under development, with some
Author(s) Matthew Schrenk Faculty Mentor(s) John Choi (Mechanical Engineering Technology), Charles Pringle (Mechanical Engineering Technology) Abstract Currently, there are several ways in which thermal conductivity can be calculated or assessed on a given material. However, with each method of testing
Author(s) Ben Keller, Molly Robertson, Justin Nickolaus Faculty Mentor(s) Lisa Ely (Other), Dan Beck (Biology) Abstract Ben Keller SOURCE Abstract 4/6/2021 Lichen Coverage on North- and South-Facing Slopes in Central Washington Lichen are symbiotic organisms that live on trees, rocks
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