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Author(s) Logan Bronemann Faculty Mentor(s) Charles Pringle (Mechanical Engineering Technology) Abstract Abstract: The objective of the project undertaken is to design and build an articulating bridge which can be raised and lowered constructed from only balsa wood. To meet the
Author(s) Taylor Arndt Faculty Mentor(s) April Binder (Biological Sciences) Abstract The NAG1 gene is the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory gene 1. Mice with the activated NAG1 gene have been associated with a leaner phenotype, longer lifespan, less adipose tissue, and higher metabolic
Author(s) Desiree Ramirez Faculty Mentor(s) Erin Craig (Physics) Abstract During neural development, a structure at the tip of a growing axon called the growth cone detects extrinsic guidance cues in order to advance the axon to the correct synaptic target.
Author(s) Kristeen Mowitch Faculty Mentor(s) Naomi Petersen Abstract About fifty of the Quinault Indian Nation elders reside in the small community of Queets, Washington. With the pandemic beginning outside of the community and eventually reaching it has been extremely uncomfortable
Author(s) Marissa Bragg Faculty Mentor(s) Gabrielle McNeillie (Dance), Therese Young (Dance) Abstract Dance can be used to open the conversation about societal and taboo topics and give its audience a different viewpoint of the issue being addressed. Addiction is a
Author(s) Cheng Su Faculty Mentor(s) Szilard Vajda (Computer Science) Abstract Material generation is a key step in creating 3d model for render in computer. Most of the software right now especially industrial standard ones requires installation on a machine and