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    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 20 Foot Canvas 

      Pirtle, JD; Nishimoto, Arthur; Chakrapani, Karan; Silvia, Todd; Pilosi, Phillip (2011)
      "20 Foot Canvas is a collaborative, interdisciplinary research project conducted by artists and computer scientists working in the Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL). Using the NEC Wall (a 20' multi touch display ...
    • 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 ...
    • Acid Reflux 

      Kilby, Sharon (2009)
      Technology in the medical world is moving forward at a rapid pace and as a byproduct, the face of medical illustration is changing. This new face has a great deal of three dimensional software and hardware attached to it. ...
    • All-American Bone Repair 

      Maki, Aaron (2010)
      "Over 0.5 million patients suffer delayed or non-union bone fractures every year, which do not heal naturally. These fractures are caused by developmental deformities such as cleft palate, tumor resections such as for oral ...
    • Altogether Oz (2^8 frames at once) 

      Mausert, Andrew (2011)
      I am interested in representations of time, and how they change depending on perspective. One could remember a moment in the past and call forth tactile details like sounds and smells that deliver the feeling of being ...
    • Aluminum Rainbow 

      Zientek, Brian (2010)
      This anodized aluminum oxide (AAO) is a nanoporous material which produces a highly visible color spectrum when enhanced by a thin layer of gold. Through the application of various chemicals, AAOs are being used to create ...
    • Alveoli in the Lungs 

      Woodson, Candace (2009)
      This is an illustration (created in 3d Studio Max and Adobe Photoshop) depicting the vital process that takes place within the alveoli of the human lungs. While researching this subject at UIC, I was amazed at the intricate ...
    • And They Opened Up 

      Nickodemus, Timothy (2010)
      "My painting, And They Opened Up, is part of an investigation of my experience with aging and generational difference within a family unit. Through painting, I examine how the relationship between grandparent and grandchild ...
    • Angiogenesis in Matrigel 

      Kohler, Erin (2011)
      "I am researching NANOG’s role in angiogenesis. Thus far, my research has revealed that NANOG acts through the FLK1 pathway to perform its role in angiogenesis and cell proliferation. I will further investigate if NANOG ...
    • Anodic Aluminum Oxide Nanowells 

      Rumiche, Francisco (2009)
      Nanomaterials are promising candidates for the development of advanced chemical detectors because of their appealing physical properties and particular surface chemistry characteristics. Of special interest is the field ...
    • Anomalous Left Hepatic Vein 

      McSpadden, Nathan (2009)
      Gross, human anatomy is something that has been studied for ages. The biggest problem facing the scientists, biology students and the rest of the medical community today is the lack of dimension through which we perceive ...
    • Anthrax Infection of an Immune Cell 

      Dodd, Dylan (2009)
      Bacillus anthracis is a gram-positive spore-forming bacterium and is the causative agent of inhalational anthrax. This complex disease begins with the inhalation of the dormant spore-form of the bacterium which facilitates ...
    • An arboreal mammal of Los Tuxtlas forest, Mexico 

      Zambrano, Jenny (2011)
      "The burgeoning human population in rural tropical regions has accelerated fragmentation of natural habitats, posing particular risk to tropical rain forests. This is the case of the Los Tuxtlas forest in Veracruz, Mexico ...
    • Argentine Poison Hemlock Sunset 

      Gulezian, Paul (2009)
      This photograph was taken in Bariloche, Argentina on the shores of Lago Nanhuel Huapi. Shown in the foreground is Poison Hemlock (Conium maculatum), an invasive plant (native to Europe) that spreads due to human activity ...
    • The Art of Adamantane Self-assembly 

      Xue, Yong (2009)
      Studying this picture is not just doing research of molecules but also enjoying an art work of nature. If you are asking what the block of the interesting shape in the picture is at your first glimpse, your researching and ...
    • The atomic resolution view of the nano-world 

      Zhao, Yuan (2011)
      "The research I have done at UIC is using the Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope (STEM) to characterize the nano materials, such as the Mn promoted Co-based Fischer-Tropsch (FT) nano-catalyst on Ti support. The STEM ...
    • Attack of the Macrophages: Flying Through Multiple Sclerosis 

      Klein, Stephanie (2011)
      "Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system in which the body’s immune system attacks the myelin (fatty insulating sheaths) surrounding nerve fibers. The resultant damage to the nervous ...
    • Auditory Ossicles 

      Conklin, Josephine (2010)
      "Anatomy is messy. The human body is not filled with neat blue veins and bright yellow nerves; most structures are densely packed and confusingly tangled around similar-looking things. The conundrum of the medical artist ...