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    • Stem and Leaf 

      Iversen, Michael (2009)
      This image of research is a based on the Green Blocks Initiative, a community-based network created as part of my research with urbanized ecosystems. The Green Blocks Initiative is a citizen-based, incremental block-by-block ...
    • Stem Cells and Microstructures in 3D Gel 

      Collins, John (2008)
      It is known that stem cells can differentiate into various cell types depending on the physical properties of their immediate surroundings. I am interested in engineering the cardiac microenvironment in order to coax ...
    • Stop! On second thought… 

      Michels, John (2011)
      My research in the Almaguin Highlands in Ontario, Canada examines the massive changes occurring throughout the North American countryside in the early 21st century. Lands once used for agriculture and logging are being ...
    • Stress Contours in Alveolar Bone Surrounding Orthodontic Miniscrew Implants 

      Duaibis, Ramzi (2010)
      The objective of the study was to evaluate and compare the effect of several factors on the stress levels in alveolar bone surrounding titanium orthodontic miniscrew implants using Finite Element Methods. Thirty five ...
    • Structure of potent quinone reductase 2 (QR2) inhibitor, a blueberry extract, using x-ray crystallography 

      Jermihov, Katherine (2010)
      "Quinone reductase 2 (QR2) is a mammalian cytosolic flavoprotein that catalyzes the two electron reduction of quinone to hydroquinone. Inhibition of this enzyme is thought to be a detoxifying mechanism in that QR2 may ...
    • Study for “Sky Piece for Yayoi Kusama No. 5” 

      Panetti, Mark (Orson) (2010)
      This image is part of a study for an ongoing series of film and video pieces made as homage to Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, referencing the visual hallucinations she first began experiencing in childhood. These “visual ...
    • Study Site 

      Dugan, Hilary (2011)
      "My research at UIC focuses on physical limnology and hydrology in cold environments. This photo documents a reconnaissance flight to choose our study site at Lake Vida in the Dry Valleys of Antarctica. In the photo is ...
    • Tanzanian woman teaching me to sew in the market 

      Antalis, Erin (2009)
      This image was taken in Arusha, Tanzania during a research project focusing on reproductive health in Tanzania in the summer of 2008. The woman pictured is making tote bags using colorful local fabrics called kangas. Her ...
    • The Tapestry of Vision 

      Tchernookova, Boriana (2010)
      Retinal photoreceptors are essential for perceiving visual images in the world around us. My work focuses on the processing of visual information within the retina of a variety of animals. The image submitted is a scanning ...
    • The Third Root: African Blood in Mexico 

      Camacho, Angel (2009)
      My work involves theorizing how Euro-centered hegemony has shaped Western society and what it means for race relations and joint efforts to build solidarity within social justice movements. My interest in this area was ...
    • This, That, and the Background 

      Jacoby, Jason (2011)
      "The attached image is of a horizontal interneuron taken from the retina of a catfish. The cell is stained with the pH-sensitive fluorescent dye HAF to indicate changes in the relative H+ ion concentration within the ...
    • Thyroid Tcf3 and E-cadherin exression 

      Ho, Hanson (2009)
      Stem cells are able to form new stem cells through self renewal and are also capable to form lineage committed cells through differentiation. To balance self renewal and differentiation, expression of Nanog, Oct4 and Sox2 ...
    • The Tight Room 

      Kim, Heejoo (2009)
      My interests place unreal and surreal spaces in relation to reality. The tight room is constructed on the concept and background of corsets. This temporal and spatial dimension reflects how we perceive past and future ...
    • Timber “Thief,”_Macaya Biosphere Reserve, Gran Plenn, Haiti, 2008 

      Bick, Paul (2009)
      Timber cutters have worked the high reaches of Haiti’s culturally and biologically rich, Massif de la Hotte for many generations. The creation of an unfunded national park in the area some 20 years ago has done little to ...
    • Torroidal Tunnels 

      Sharma, Vishal (2011)
      This image represents a self-assembling tool for the sustained delivery of therapeutic agents. To form this particle, a drop of polymer solution is simply allowed to fall from the tip of a needle into a solution of similar ...
    • Towards 25 Billionths of a Liter 

      Piyankarage, Sujeewa (2009)
      Although fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) is an extensively used animal model in biology, attaining organism-level samples from this tiny insect for chemical characterization has been a challenge. Previously I developed ...
    • Trabeculae of the Spongy Bone Meshwork 

      Karl, Marion (2011)
      "My research project proposes the development of a prototype iPad app that will facilitate communication between doctors and patients on the sample condition of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA). The app will educate patients on ...
    • Track Series (Image #1) 

      Ransom, Brittany (2011)
      "Tracks is an exploratory series of photographic, videographic, and long exposure motion capture images to map the habitual patterns of bess beetles. In order to track the beetles, I affix tiny ""backpacks"" to them that ...
    • Transcription: The First Step in Gene Expression 

      Lyons, Blair (2011)
      "DNA transcription and its regulation is one of the most fundamental processes in Biology. The protein featured in the center of this image is RNA polymerase II, created in a 3D environment from experimental X-ray ...
    • Transformation 

      Yang, Pei-Chi (2009)
      This image is a demonstration of the signs of human figure and their design trajectory in parallel to the actual human activity. Selected examples of the signs we see in our daily lives are first outlined and broke down ...