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    • The Pain of Labor 

      Jeng, Eric (2009)
      Anesthesia is a field in medicine that was developed and dedicated almost exclusively to the relief of pain. Maternal Labor is a painful process, and with today’s advances in technology and medicine, we now have the means ...
    • palimpsest transection 

      Iversen, Michael (2011)
      "My dissertation research conceptualizes urban areas as urbanized ecosystems within a social-ecological framework. Towards this end, the methodology, Urbanized Ecosystem™ was developed for modeling an urbanized area as a ...
    • Panacea: Reagents, Potions, Elixirs, and Cure-alls 

      Murray, Ryan (2009)
      My research deals with the fusing the ideas, working methods, epistemic rules, and visual symbology of science, mysticism, and pop-culture into art works. In this series, I looked to the histories of alchemy and paint/pigment. ...
    • Pancreatic Acinar Cells 

      Moran, Michael (2009)
      My research deals with the fusing the ideas, working methods, epistemic rules, and visual symbology of science, mysticism, and pop-culture into art works. In this series, I looked to the histories of alchemy and paint/pigment. ...
    • Parker: Virtual Performance Space 

      Evans, Chaz (2009)
      My focus in studying art history is the intersection between performance and new media art. In an effort to explore how the digital body of a virtual performer might work I have constructed a virtual performance venue ...
    • Patient pups and curious kids: preventing rabies one pup at a time 

      Czupryna, Anna (2010)
      Ngarawani village in Tanzania is one of many villages near Serengeti National Park participating in a domestic dog rabies vaccination program in an effort to protect dogs, wildlife, and humans from this deadly virus. This ...
    • Peanut Pulley and the Happy Monkey 

      Emerson, Sara (2010)
      My dissertation research has focused on the foraging ecology of Sykes’ monkeys in the Soutpansberg Mountains of South Africa. I use experimental food patches containing peanuts mixed into a sawdust substrate to measure ...
    • Persistent Left Hepatic Vein 

      Perazza, Gabriela (2010)
      "http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12418092 Using this journal article from Anatomical Sciences International, the assignment was to illustrate the anomalous left hepatic vein originating from the left lobe of the liver ...
    • Photo Probes Exhibit 

      Cirigliano, Matthew (2010)
      "Photo Probes is an interactive exhibit designed to provide museum patrons with a fun, hands-on introduction to endoscopic procedures. As a proposed feature in a larger showcase exhibiting medical imaging technologies, ...
    • Photoreceptors of the Retina 

      Campbell, Annie (2010)
      While researching the human retina I found its complex structure and physiology very intriguing. Light must penetrate a number of cell layers in order to reach two types of photoreceptor cells, namely rods and cones. The ...
    • Planetary-scale Data Rendering in Autostereoscopic Virtual Reality 

      Kooima, Robert (2008)
      This photograph combines two of my areas of research. First, the application is my planetary-scale data visualization tool displaying NASA Shuttle Radar Topography Mission elevation data with the Blue Marble Next Generation ...
    • Plant Pigment on Text 

      Heinz, Thomas (2010)
      "I am developing a thesis on the world of flowering plants and how its growing cycle can be utilized and/or represented in the field of graphic design. As part of this investigation, I have been pressing flowers from my ...
    • Plastic Memory 

      Morris, Ken (2010)
      "The mechanisms by which we process and store information are the subject of great controversy. Memories are predominantly viewed as concrete ‘engrams’ that are stored in specific regions of the brain, much like computers ...
    • Platinum on Pt(111) surface 

      Liang, Zhu (2011)
      This image represents platinum islands formed on top of single crystal Pt(111) surface. Limited by the diffusion along the adatom island edges, all islands are triangular shaped. Our research is focused on the formation ...
    • Primate caught by a camera trap 

      Sullivan, Steven (2009)
      I spent three months in Limpopo Province, South Africa, studying the habitat preferences of Greater Bushbabies. Research was conducted mostly at night using bait stations and camera traps. This resulted in hundreds of ...
    • Print is Dead 

      Higgins, Sarah (2009)
      "“I have no crystal ball and I am weary of those who have seen the future. I can only see the past and there are lessons there for all who can read and write.” - Manolis Savidis With rapid advancements ...
    • Private Space in a Public Venue 

      Hayne, Britta (2009)
      "In my study of Architecture, I have been particularly interested in the play between public and private spaces. Each semester has produced exploration of varying ideas related to this basic concept. This image, a ...
    • Progress of more equitable bike rack distribution in Chicago 

      Vance, Steve (2010)
      My master's project is a description of my experience identifying and attempting to mitigate the unequal distribution of bike racks in the City of Chicago. Because of my employment at the Chicago Department of Transportation, ...
    • Project Snow Machine 

      Peterson, Erik (2009)
      Much of my research deals with appropriating the marginal languages of disused and abandoned urban forms, and through public sculptural intervention, reintroducing people to their built environment. Project Snow Machine ...
    • Pulled in Every Direction 

      Kadakia, Arpita (2010)
      My thesis work revolves around creating a 3-D scaffold for tissue engineering. This image depicts a cell that has been placed in this scaffold. The cell is surrounded on all sides by collagen (not shown). The cell interacts ...