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    • Quest, 2010 

      Baird, Daniel (2011)
      "My practice is characterized by a critical engagement with technological objects, materials and ideas that allude to associations of progress, time and preservation. By researching these various associations within the ...
    • Radiotherapy treatment of head and neck cancer 

      Pyakuryal, Anil (2009)
      This work explains about the scheme of using radiation in the treatment of head and neck cancer. X-ray radiation is delivered in 360 degree rotation from linear accelerator into the patient body and the target inside. Our ...
    • Rain on Mars 

      Svistula, Dimitri (2008)
      The image represents a visualization of water flow for an area around Mariner Valley on Mars using Rain Table. Rain Table lets users interact with large two-dimensional maps on a high-resolution digital table to select ...
    • Reaching the Light 

      Hodari, Safiya (2009)
      During my study abroad experience in Barcelona, I researched urbanity and that which makes a city function on a social and civic level. A primary part of my focus was how we, as inhabitants of a metropolis, move through ...
    • Reflection 

      Wood, John (2011)
      "My research investigates the ways that climate change can alter landscapes. A stark example of landscape alteration is from the 1930’s during the “Dust Bowl” drought in the Great Plains. Iconic imagery of this time depicts ...
    • Reflections on the Past 

      Deeb, Rebecca (2010)
      "Imagine there is only shrubbery on the twin islands, and they are covered instead with stone platforms, mud and thatch houses, small farming terraces, and several dozen Maya people. You’re in north central Guatemala, it’s ...
    • Reigning Glory 

      Davis, Christopher (2011)
      This photo was taken under Painel do Pilão, a rock art site near Monte Alegre, along the Amazon River in Brazil. The image is a 22° sun halo that is formed when sunlight is refracted by ice crystals in the Earth’s upper ...
    • Reinventing the Classroom 

      Jagodic, Ratko (2010)
      Large high-resolution displays allow multiple pieces of information to be displayed simultaneously which allows users to externalize their memory and gather an insight into the displayed information more easily. However, ...
    • “Remember our Voices are our Tools:” Sexual Self-Advocacy as Defined by People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 

      Friedman, C.; Arnold, C.K.; Owen, A.L.; Sandman, L. (Springer Verlag, 2014)
      This exploratory study examines how people with intellectual and developmental disabilities define and experience sexuality in the context of their identities as self-advocates. Using nominal group technique this study ...
    • Remnants of an Empire 

      Wulffen, Jennifer (2010)
      Remnants of an Inca storage structure built on the side of a mountain in the sacred valley. The image was taken from the Inca fortification of Olla Taytambo, one of the many impressive Inca sites I visited in the Sacred ...
    • Research is an Infinite Loop 

      Davis, Theodore (2009)
      This picture does not speak of the immediate research that I am currently pursuing through UIC, it does however speak with a metaphorical tone to my observation of research as a whole. Originally created as a self initiated ...
    • Respiratory epithelium 

      LaVinka, Pamela (2010)
      I work in Thom Park’s lab with African naked mole-rats. These unusual animals have been shown to lack essential neurotransmitters in their trigeminal nerve. I study naked mole-rat postsynaptic activity of the trigeminal ...
    • Ride The Ca^2+ Wave 

      Alpert, Michael Harris (2010)
      Successive images (250ms interval) using a false color map depict the emergence and spread of an intracellular Ca2+ signal (green, black arrow) along the dendrite of a ventral horn neuron in the lamprey spinal cord. The ...
    • Right Time Collaboration 

      Garcia, Sharon (2010)
      "The collection of photos on my entry shows testing, bacteria, our two institutions, and laboratory technique on a background of a Winnebago County map. All of these elements are needed for collaboration “right now”. All ...
    • Romani “Gypsy” Wedding in Vranje, Serbia 

      Markovic, Alexander (2011)
      My dissertation research uses ethnographic methods to explore how Romani (“Gypsy”) identity is linked to the professional performance of music in southeastern Serbia. Primarily focusing on brass bands in the Vranje area, ...
    • Rosenwald Apartments 

      Ernst, Erica (2009)
      This is a current photograph of the Rosenwald Apartments, also referred to as the Michigan Boulevard Garden Apartments. This image speaks to my ongoing work in researching the Housing First model, and my continuing work ...
    • Save the Past for Our Future 

      Piscitelli, Matthew (2009)
      This image is a visual testament to the widespread looting that occurs throughout much of the developing world. In countries such as Peru, individuals are finding that raping their own heritage for ancient pots and textiles ...
    • Sea of Cells 

      Gasper, Gerald (2009)
      Staph. epidermidis is an elusive bacterial microorganism responsible for many infections that occur during the introduction of implant devices in humans. As shown in this image, cells are spherical and about 1 micron in ...
    • Self-assembly of semiconductor nanorods 

      Titov, Alexev (2009)
      The image represents the self-assembly of semiconductor nanorods (NR) on a substrate. Semiconductor cylinder-shaped nanoparticles of 6 nm in diameter and about 10 nm in height are typically prepared and solvated in organic ...
    • Semilattice City 

      Shader, Nora (2009)
      My research identifies a current scape of the contemporary city and then projects a potential design intervention. Contemporary cities implement a series of building extrusions on the grid. The result is a sectional ...