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    • Broad-nosed bat_Platyrrhinus incarum, Peru 

      Velazco-Garcia, Paul (2007-06-06)
      This photograph is of an Incan Broad-nosed bat (Platyrrhinus incarum) a frugivorous bat from San Martin, Peru. Until recently, Platyrrhinus incarum was considered to be part of Platyrrhinus helleri, a widespread species ...
    • Vertebra Matrix 

      Grote, Lindsay (2008)
      Research involves intellectual investigation, discovery, and interpretation. This matrix of a single vertebra represents one interpretation of a larger research project which investigated Maya 3D software (through numerous ...
    • Barbarians at the Gate 

      Barry, Sheila (2008)
      My research examines the roles of different cells mediating sexual transmission of HIV in male genital tissue. Due to their proximity to the tissue surface, I am particularly interested in Langerhans cells (LCs), an ...
    • Abandoned Sugar Mill at Lamanai, Belize 

      Meierhoff, James (2008)
      This photograph is of an American-made, British-owned 19th century sugar mill that was constructed at the Maya site called Lamanai in Belize, Central America. Lamanai is unique for the fact that it was among a handful of ...
    • 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, ...
    • 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 ...
    • 10/16/07 9:15pm, Target, 1154 S Clark St, Chicago, IL 

      Farcus, Adam (2008)
      This is a collections of re-shelved products found in this particular Target store. (My larger research project involves many other corporate stores such as Wal*Mart, K-Mart, Walgreens, etc.) Installations such as these ...
    • A New Beginning 

      Isley, Jason (2008)
      This is a digital painting (not photo manipulation) made using Photoshop paint brushes. The image is of a man proudly revealing his prosthetic limb, and likewise a portion of a United States Marine Corps tattoo just beneath ...
    • 13 Hours at Once 

      Graw, Renata (2008)
      What if we could see the passage of time? This image came from an investigation in visualizing the passage of time. It is a collection of overlapping photographs of a simple sundial. Each hour is marked by a shadow projected ...
    • 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 ...
    • Signal Processing #2 

      Thompson, Christopher (2008)
      Our laboratory is interested in the mechanisms underlying recovery of locomotion following human spinal cord injury (SCI). We have shown that subjects with motor incomplete SCI (sparing of some volitional motor control) ...
    • 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 ...
    • Stem Cells and Microstructures in 3D Gel 

      Collins, John (2008)
      It is known that stem cells can differentiate into various cell types depending on the physical properties of their immediate surroundings. I am interested in engineering the cardiac microenvironment in order to coax ...
    • Withoute Justice No Peace 

      Hagerman, Margaret (2008)
      My PhD research in sociology involves studying the voices of children and youth in relation to educational inequality. This image, a photograph of a public school bus covered in graffiti, documents the students’ dissatisfaction ...
    • The Next Step in Electron Microscopes 

      Berger, Joel (2008)
      This image represents the most cutting edge developments in Dynamic Transmission Electron Micropscopy (DTEM). This frontier work will allow electron microscopes to “see” as fast as modern lasers can. This should allow us ...
    • The One More Traveled 

      Sergio, Carl (2008)
      My studio design project has been process-driven from the ground up by first creating shape, volume, and experience, and then using circulation and pathways to translate these into a legible building. The A+A building is ...
    • 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 ...
    • explorations in dissonance #11— cognitive dissonance 

      Stamatis, Perrin (2008-10-26)
      This image is #11 in a series of 15 compositions that explore the use of dissonance in graphic design. My research and explorations of dissonance (in general) led me to the more specific theme of cognitive dissonance. 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 ...
    • 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 ...