Upcoming ASR Senior Research Seminars

Upcoming ASR Senior Research Seminars

Thur May 8, 10:45 am (D block)  MERHS Auditorium

Dylan McClure – Growing Rochelle Salt and Testing its Piezoelectric Properties, Research done at Florida State University

 

Monday May 12, 12:15 pm (D block)  MERHS Auditorium

Peter Cottingham – Water Temperature’s Effect on Botrylloides violaceous, Research done at Salem Coastal Sound Watch, Salem, MA

 

Wed May 14, 7:45 am (D block)  MERHS Auditorium

Easton Ehlers – Change Agent Attribution in the Pacific Northwest using LandTrendr Label Interface, Version 1.1, Research done at Boston University

 

Mon May 19,12:15  pm (D block)  MERHS Auditorium

Cameron Shaw – Determination of Measurement Placement Error in Coarse Woody Debris Biomass Surveying Methods, Research done at Harvard Forest, Harvard University

 

Tue May 20, 1:25 pm (D block)  MERHS Auditorium

Mike Chlumecky – Silk as a Biomaterial: Sponges, Gels, and Films, Research done at Tufts University Tissue Engineering Research Center

 

Thur May 22, 7:45 am (D block)  MERHS Auditorium

Vanessa Kelley – Assay development in STHdhQ111 CAG repeat knock-in striatal cells, Research done at Dept of Genetics, Mass General Hospital

 

Fri May 23, 8:50 am (D block)  MERHS Auditorium

Jack Freed – The Evolution of Silk: Mechanical, Economic and Historical Perspectives, Research done withTufts University Tissue Engineering Research Center

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