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    • Mailbox 

      Zabicki, Gwendolyn (2011)
      My research at UIC has been in the study of humble, ubiquitous objects. My goal is to paint these ordinary objects lovingly and to, in a way, defend them. Seeing is never neutral, but always involves a process of interpretation ...
    • The Male Tree of Life 

      Calderon, Esther (2011)
      "My research investigates the estrogen receptor-α (ERαsignaling mechanisms that regulate prostate gland development and growth. ERα actions can be mediated through both estrogen-dependent and estrogen-independent activation. ...
    • Manifestations of Equine Sarcoids 

      Timpson, Lauren (2010)
      This research project focused on an equine health condition known as Sarcoids. This image serves to illustrate the highly varied presentation of this disease which often makes it difficult to diagnose since many of the ...
    • Manta-Sphere 

      Gadadhar, Archana (2010)
      "One of the focuses of our lab is adult neurogenesis in which new neurons are born from a pool of stem cells and integrate into their environment as mature, active cells. There are two main regions in the adult brain ...
    • Mathematics as Meaning-Making Activity: Describing Preservice Teachers’ Discourse during Meaning Making 

      Pitvorec, Kathleen A. (2016-07-01)
      This is a qualitative study exploring the characteristics of preservice teachers’ discourse while they engage in meaning making in the context of mathematical activity. This study employs an interpretive case study approach ...
    • Merging 

      Guerrero, Lourdes (2009)
      My research has been in cognitive aesthetics. After seven years of teaching and 35 years of being an artist, I realized that the perception of beauty, unlike Santayana’s belief that aesthetics are constant, can and does ...
    • Mermaid hair” Microtubules 

      Gollogly, Lila (2011)
      I am investigating how intestinal epithelial tight junctions recover from Enteropathogenic E. coli (EPEC) infection. During infection tight junctions are disrupted, leading to severe dehydration as water and ions are lost. ...
    • Meteorites on Fire 

      Bai, He (2009)
      When people don’t know exactly where the drugs they took go, confocal microscope helps to visualize it. Histone deacetylases (HDACs) are a family of enzymes control critical cellular processes, including cell growth, cell ...
    • Midewin Bird Count 

      Leamon, Jodi (2009)
      My thesis is entitled “Site Specific Multispecies Management Planning for Natural Areas”. Developing a plan to protect biodiversity includes taking a census of the species present at a site. Twice yearly bird counts are ...
    • Model for Daedelus 

      Hulsebos-Spofford, Jeremiah (2008-03-03)
      My present work has been gravitating around the concept of navigation and liminal moments I have come to think of as futile heroics. These moments are attractive because through them I can address issues of nostalgia and ...
    • Mother and Baby in Tanzania 

      Shimpuku, Yoko (2010)
      "The purpose of my dissertation research is to describe mothers’ perceptions of childbirth experience at a hospital in rural Tanzania. In rural Tanzania, half of all mothers give birth without any form of medical assistance. ...
    • Mother's Love 

      Wiesbrock, Jeanne (2011)
      This image is of a mother and her young infant. My research involved a case study of this family outlining the unusual circumstances surrounding their care. Early in this mother’s pregnancy, she learned that the infant had ...
    • Multisensory Immersive Exhibitions as Sites for Social Emotional Learning 

      Leving, Lauren (2017-07-18)
      This thesis examines artist created immersive exhibitions situated within contemporary art institutions and the ways they foster social emotional learning (SEL). SEL is equated to life skills including critical thinking, ...
    • Murine Ileum 

      Weflen, Andrew (2009)
      My work focuses on the pathogenic interaction between Enteropathogenic E. coli (EPEC) and the intestinal epithelium, a single layer of cells reponsible for sealing our digestive tract and keeping bacteria, viruses and other ...
    • Museum of the Deleterious Effects of Art (2029), Autonomous Plan 

      Clark, John (2011)
      This image is an architectural plan diagram of a museum. It embodies an attempt to synthesize a new graphic sensibility in architectural drawing. The plan combines elements of painterly abstraction, cartoon lines, controlled ...
    • Nano Cheese 

      Gardiye Punchihewa, Kasun (2011)
      "This image is related to one of the project in which currently I am involved. This Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) image, obtained using tapping mode, is an array of magnetic nano-triangles for new generation of logic gates ...
    • Nano Scale “Angel Dog” walking on Titania Surface 

      Khosravian, Homa (2011)
      "Titania has wide range of applications including catalysis, solar cells, gas sensor, and ceramics. Because heterogeneous catalysts consist of metal clusters supported on a metal oxide support, this work is based on growing ...
    • Nanomedicine in the 21st Century 

      Brotherton, Jeremy (2010)
      "Nanotechnology is an exciting new technological breakthrough. Although it is still in its initial research stages, its potential is staggering. I have been researching the role nanoparticles can eventually play in the ...
    • Natural Pigment Solutions 

      Newsome, Andrew (2011)
      "Consumer demand for natural food ingredients rather than synthetic has greatly increased in recent decades. As a result, the natural food colorant market has grown to over $1 billion dollars annually. Synthetic food ...
    • Natural Sunscreen 

      Nunnelly, Danielle (2011)
      Our lab investigates how plants respond to different environmental stresses. Such knowledge could yield great agricultural rewards, especially with regard to global climate changes affecting our environment and the current ...