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    • Gender fluidity in correlation to spatiality 

      Granja, Xabier (2011)
      "My research is based on a psychoanalytical approach to gender. Despite constant attempts by patriarchal societies to enclose gender dynamics in rigid, abstract masculine/feminine categories, numerous scholars have exposed ...
    • Glowing Koi of Cancer Cells 

      Chen, Cheng-Fen (2011)
      My project focused on the regulation of DNA Topoisomerase II (Top2) protein, one of the important targets for anticancer drugs. Top2 inhibitors can bind to Top2-DNA complex in cancer cells and inhibit their proliferation. ...
    • Gomerulus & Podocytes 

      Perazza, Gabriela (2011)
      This is a painting representation of a Scanning Electron Microscope image (of about 5,000x) of the glomerulus, podocytes and glomarular filtrates of the kidneys created in Adobe Photoshop. A glomerulus is a capillary tuft ...
    • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (or the future of Chicago Housing) 

      Rucins, Janet (2009)
      This image was taken at a review presentation of a research which was the 1st part of a Graduate Architecture housing studio program. The goal of this research was aimed at looking at successful housing projects across ...
    • Gradient City 

      Peternel, Dominic (2009)
      This is an urban proposal that seeks to resolve Chicago’s South Loop expansion. The proposal thrives on the existing Chicago grid as an inherent organizer and attempts to redefine Chicago zoning codes by pairing density ...
    • The Green Beneath Your Feet 

      Sergio, Carl (2010)
      I recently returned from a semester abroad in Barcelona. I can say I learned as much “out of classroom” during my travels as in the classroom. As an architecture student, the world is your playground. Whether the most ...
    • Grevy’s Zebra Communities 

      Tantipathananandh, Chayant (2009)
      Our collaborator ecologists at Princeton study Grevy’s zebra, the largest species of zebra, which are currently endangered. We use computational tools to get insights into the social network of Grevy’s zebras. The picture ...
    • Hands Off to H1N1! 

      Pionek, Lindsey (2010)
      "The H1N1 flu virus has created quite an uproar this flu season. However, research of the symptoms, prevention and spread of the virus, has shown that H1N1 follows the same mode of action as any other influenza virus. ...
    • Health and Transportation: Small Scale Area Association 

      Langerudi, M.F.; Mohammadian, A.K.; Sriraj, P.S. (Elsevier Inc., 2015)
      Public health, as a major factor influencing the livability and well-being of a community has 2 been a subject of interest in many academic fields. It is postulated that public health has strong 3 correlations with various ...
    • Heartichoke 

      Schlehlein, Heidi (2010)
      This image was created from my drawings in Photoshop. It is representative of the work I do in the BVIS program, by encouraging people to think about the anatomical in different ways. The whimsy of the piece reflects the ...
    • Highly Dispersed Gold Nanoparticles on Order Silicon Dioxide 

      Barnes, Sean (2010)
      Metal catalysts, like those in our automobile catalytic converters, are composed of tiny metal particles anchored into place on highly porous materials called supports. It is becoming more important than ever today to ...
    • HIPPA Compliance 

      Wallace, Katrine (2009-02-02)
      The ProCEED (Prostate Cancer Study of Ethnicity, Exercise and Diet) was a case-control epidemiology study that was undertaken to assess racial differences in dietary risk factors for prostate cancer. Correlations between ...
    • How Students Learn to Coordinate Knowledge of Physical and Mathematical Models in Cellular Physiology 

      Lira, Matthew E. (2016-07-01)
      This dissertation explores the Knowledge in Pieces (KiP) theory to account for how students learn to coordinate knowledge of mathematical and physical models in biology education. The KiP approach characterizes student ...
    • How to Take a Beating 

      Curtis, Matthew (2010)
      "Cardiac muscle cells have the unique ability to both detect local forces and generate their own. Measurement of these cell-driven forces is possible by first tracking the motion of cardiac myocytes during their contraction ...
    • The Human Cochlea 

      Kincaid, Jennifer (2008)
      One of the most structurally intricate organs in the body, the cochlea presents a challenge to medical illustration and visual communication. Traditional 2-D illustrations are inadequate for presenting comprehensive views ...
    • Identifying Expansive Learning in Participatory Budgeting: A Case Study of a Democratic Activity System 

      Melendez, José William (2016-11-14)
      This is an ethnographic case study that focuses on the Latino immigrant community’s civic engagement in Participatory Budgeting, in Chicago’s 49th Ward (PB49). The research focus is on how the PB49 process mediates ...
    • If You Can’t See It, You Can’t Diagnose It! 

      Gupta, Aman (2010)
      "Tendon and ligament injuries such as sprains and ruptures are a major source of musculoskeletal disability. MRI is a reliable tool for detecting large and complete tears of these tissues, however, low-grade injuries are ...
    • Importance of nanoscale pattern 

      Chan, Henry (2011)
      While we are still in the era of technology, the Moore’s law is about to face a challenge because we are approaching the limits of photolithography. Manufacturers are desperate to search for new methods for replacement. ...
    • In a Literal Sense 

      Gulezian, Paul (2010)
      My dissertation research concerns invasive plant species in the context of human activities in the urban landscape. The basic questions I ask are ‘how do invasive plants change ecological communities?’ and ‘how are they ...
    • In Search of 25% by 2025 

      Flint, David (2010)
      This image represents research about finding new and innovative approaches towards successfully reaching renewable energy goals - such as America’s goal of having 10 percent of our electricity coming from renewable sources ...