ASR II students chosen to present at the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium

Congratulations to the following ASR II students for being selected to present their ASR summer research at the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at UNH on March 26-27. The title and location of their presentations are included below.  
Poster presentations:
Patrick Byrne, ”Constructing a Radio-Controlled Ornithopter Prototype and Three-Dimensional Model”, Worcester Polytech Institutue
Sam Creighton, Design and Testing of Laboratory Experiences for an Introductory Mechanical Engineering Course”, Boston Univ
Leo Gallo de la Paz, Designing Cost Effective Wind Turbines”, MIT
Aidan Lyons, Atlantic and Shortnose Sturgeon Infomercial”, Nat’l Oceanic & Atmospheric Association
Lucas Martz, The Effects of Perfluorinated Compounds PFOS and PFOA on Beluga Whale Immunity”, Univ of Connecticut
Jacob Przesiak, “Modeling the Spectral Energy Emissions of Blazars BLLAC and OJ287 By Data Fitting Observed Spectral Emissions From Internal Shock Events”,Boston Univ
Alex Tognazzi, Chemical Analysis of a Community’s Drinking Water”, North Andover Water Treatment Facility
Oral presentation:
Julia Whitten, General Versus Specific: A Study on the Advantages and Disadvantages of the MitoCarta Set and the Allelic Set for Gene Analysis for Huntington’s Disease”, Mass General Hosp


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