ACES – 2019 Research Symposium Winners
COLLEGE OF SCIENCE ACES RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM - AWARD WINNERS
APRIL 12, 2019
Undergraduate Posters, sponsored by Shimadzu Corp.
- First place – Michelle Reyes, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, “Differentiation of Phthalate Esters Through Gas Chromatography: Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy with Isometric Resolution”
- Second place – Jessica Figueroa, Department of Biology, “The Effect of Drought-Tolerant Inoculant on the Soybean Yield in Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Fields”
- Third place – Brittany Davis, department of Psychology, “Correct or on Time: The Relationship Between Time Perception and Working Memory”
Graduate Posters, sponsored by Restek
- First place – Andrew Franklin, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, “Microscale Flow Calorimetry on the Cheap: Aluminized Mylar Foil Resistance Thermometry”
- Second place – Nicholas Byrnes, Department of Physics, “Dry Fluorescence Response from Barium Chemo-Sensitive Tagging Molecules”
- Third place – Christian Peterson, Department of Biology, “Large-Scale Evaluation and Improvement of Drought-Tolerant Bradyrhizobium Inoculants using a Newly Developed Molecular Marker System”
Graduate Oral Presentations, sponsored by Shimadzu Corp.
- First place – Blair Perry, Department of Biology, “Insight into amniote vertebrate genome structure and function from non-mammalian genomes”
- Second place – Mayowa Olawoyin, Department of Mathematics, “Coinfection, Altered Vector Infectivity, and Antibody Dependent Enhancement: The Dengue-Zika Interplay”
- Third place – Edan Bainglass, Department of Physics, “Revolutionizing Solar Power Generation via Materials Discovery”
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