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NAMS Symposium 2019 – Shiela Asiago ’20, Biology/Pre-professional

My name is Sheila Asiago, My research project is called Chacco and Scandium Complexes Synthesis and Characterization So my research project basically we synthesize and characterize a series of charcoals and so we took the NMR the UV-vis we did spectral electrochemistry and we also template a scandium to these complexities chacco and we wanted […]

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Dr. Susan Persky : How Genomics Interfaces with Social Sciences

Genetics and genomics interfaces with social and behavioral research in a lot of ways. I tend to think about it in terms of the healthcare encounter. So I think it’s kind of a two way street in that the genomic information and development that is occurring now informs behavioral science research, or really it sort […]

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Dr. Andy Singson – Reproductive success in model organism C. elegans

(music playing) Dr. Andy Singson: We’re interested in understanding reproductive processes and there’s a lot of things that are required for reproductive success, but what we’re mainly focused on is how sperm and eggs actually get together at the moment of conception. Reproductive success is a subject of great medical, social, and economic importance. The […]

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This Underground Economy Exists in a Secret Fungi Kingdom

New research has revealed that fungi—you know, like mushrooms—barter and trade with other organisms like little stockbrokers. Basically, there’s a whole economy of nutrients right beneath our feet that we are just uncovering. And yes, it can be pronounced either fun-guy or fun-gee, don’t even start, and their classification has been difficult, to say the […]

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This Is My Research: Jacob Cecil – Biochemistry and Cellular and Molecular Biology

Hi, my name is Jacob I’m a student here at the University of Tennessee in my senior year majoring in biology with the concentration in biochemistry, molecular, and cellular biology. The program within the University of Tennessee for this major will hit all three facets of the major and sort of provides a comprehensive understanding […]

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50 Years with The Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science

What we call today the Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science started in 1968 as the Baruch Institute of Forestry and Marine Sciences. And it was set up between Clemson and the Baruch Foundation which itself was set up after Belle Baruch passed away in 1964. The original document that established the relationship […]

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