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    • 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 ...
    • In the Ocean of Discourse 

      Pirozhenko, Ekaterina; Dudnik, Natalia (2009)
      This image provides a personal insight into our research process in the area of literary studies. We work on contemporary women writers in the German-speaking realm. Our research is of interdisciplinary nature and spans ...
    • An Inconvenient Truth 1000 Years Ago 

      Piscitelli, Matthew (2010)
      Although the fluffy white clouds in the sky above the Wari archaeological site of Cerro Baúl (500-1,000 A.D) may seem harmless, in southern Peru they are harbingers of drastic environmental changes. El Niño is a climatic ...
    • Infinity Gliders 

      Cernoch, AnnMarie (2008)
      The idea of infinity is a personal belief. While researching how artists and scientists visualize the concept of infinity, I have found very few variations. The most popular rendering is the mathematical infinity symbol, ...
    • Inside the Human Brain 

      GadElkarim, Johnson (2011)
      The picture presents fiber reconstruction (Tractography) for the human brain using Diffusion Tensor Imaging technique which is a variation of Medical Resonance Imaging. Tractography might help in extracting physiological ...
    • Intercellular Adhesion Molecule-1 expression in Colon Cancer 

      Taglia, Lauren (2009)
      Expression of Intercellular Adhesion Molecule-1 in normal human colonic epithelium. This image was generated using confocal microscopy to visualize the expression of ICAM-1 and actin protein in normal colonic epithelium ...
    • Ion Condensation at the Electrified Liquid/Liquid Interface 

      Mihaylov, Miroslav (2011)
      Interfacial ion distributions underline numerous electrochemical and biological processes, including electron and ion transfer across charged biomembranes ,biomolecules,mineral surfaces, and at the liquid-liquid interface ...
    • It’s the Spaces In Between the Words That Matter 

      Siskonen, Sacha (2011)
      The power of fiction does not necessarily lay on the page in the individual words and the things they signify. It exists in the mind of the reader as she fills in the slivers of space between each word and allows the story ...
    • Jellyfish Stingers as Mini Needles 

      Oppegard, Shawn (2009)
      This image depicts discharged and undischarged nematocysts from the Portuguese Man O’ War jellyfish. Nematocysts are the stinging organelles by which jellyfish immobilize their prey, and is also the cause of many injuries ...
    • Kaboom! The Nano Bang Theory! 

      Bae, Misuk (2011)
      "My research has focused on creating hydrogel particles that are about 100 nanometers to 1 micrometer in size as a gene delivery vehicle to get genes to the site of disease. Hydrogel particles are comprised of an interconnected ...
    • The Killers of Ol' Pejeta, Kenya 

      Lahiri, Mayank (2010)
      My research is in computational population biology, which involves building large-scale computational models of wild animal behavior and associations using modern computer science techniques. As part of my research, I am ...
    • La Bruja 

      Guthrie, Deirdre (2009)
      This woman is a bruja (witch) in a Dominican village that has experienced a recent surge in tourist development. Her husband cut her recently to let her blood so she would “stop flying at night,” an act that reveals her ...
    • Lake Calumet 

      Schroeder, Emily (2010)
      "Landscape urbanism addresses planning as a broader ecological, environmental, infrastructural, and social-cultural processes constituting design of open spaces as the center of civic, institutional strategies and engagement. ...
    • Lampbrush Chromosomes and Fragile X Mental Retardation Protein, FMRP 

      Kim, Miri (2009)
      Fragile X Syndrome is the most common form of inherited mental retardation, occurring in 1/4000 males and 1/8000 females. This syndrome is caused by the lack of expression of the Fragile X mental retardation protein, or ...
    • LC-MS visual recording of drug secondary degradation 

      Li, Jinghu (2010)
      "High performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS) is an analytical technique used for many applications in many different stages of drug development including in vivo drug screening, metabolic stability ...
    • Lichen Mosaic 

      Rivas Plata, Eimy (2009)
      Lichens are one of the most harmonious and beautiful symbiotic relationships in nature. They can be found almost anywhere, forming communities that can be considered “art mosaics” to the simple view. Among the high diversity, ...
    • The Looking Glass 

      Harvey, Nick (2009)
      "My recent graduate research is both conceptual and theoretical in nature. Ultimately, my broader interests reside in self-contemplation and greater insight into the world we live in. Similarly, in the work presented, I ...
    • Looptops 

      Wolf, Jenna (2009)
      Architects, planners, and citizens are constantly subjected to city zoning codes and regulations. What if zoning codes where created to promote 24/7 public life, partying, diversity, density, and free “L” rides? This urban ...
    • Love ‘em or Hate ‘em, you can help to study them 

      Sullivan, Steve (2010)
      "Unlike most mammals, tree squirrels are diurnal, active year round, and can live well near humans. Because of this, the range of tree squirrels is expanding and they are an important component of our urban ecosystems. ...