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    • Daily life action #1436 

      Tillett, Wade (2011)
      "I am researching how we choose moment-by-moment to live our lives. Curriculum is an act of selecting “what's worthwhile”. We continuously make this selection simply by living. I look for the questions we are living the ...
    • Danio Rerio: A New Genomic Fishing Tool 

      Rajan, Sriivatsan Govinda (2017)
      Danio Rerio, also known as Zebrafish, is increasingly becoming an attractive model system in labs and research centers around the world for studying diseases ranging from Alzheimer's and diabetes to various forms of cancer. ...
    • Data Glove 

      Javaid, Maria; Yavolovsky, Andrey (2013)
      The goal of our interdisciplinary research is to develop an interface for older people to effectively communicate with a robotic assistant so that they can safely remain living in their home. We are devising a multimodal ...
    • Demonstrating the Crossing Nature of the ACL and PCL 

      Kline, Stephanie (2010)
      As a student in the Biomedical Visualization program here at the University of Illinois at Chicago, I am studying to become a medical artist. Tasked with the responsibility of visually communicating accurate medical ...
    • Design by Fire 

      Hubbell, Audra (2011)
      "This graphic exploration of time and spatial representation is an experiment with ways that a timeline could use dimensionality to illustrate the passage of time. For this time-based installation, I made a grid of matches ...
    • Developing Symbolic Interpretation Through Literary Argumentation. 

      Sosa, T; Hall, AH; Goldman, SR; Lee, CD (Taylor & Francis, 2016-01)
      Literature can be a powerful resource for adolescents' psychosocial development, as it provides opportunities to experience the world through the perspectives of others and juxtapose these with one's own experiences. ...
    • Development of an Augmented Reality Application for Complex Anatomical Visualization 

      Twedt, Rex, III (2014)
      This research project involves the creation of a prototype augmented reality learning tool, called the Hand Augmented Reality Application (HARA). Recent studies show that researchers are generating increasingly large amounts ...
    • Dividing Astrocytes - Guardians of the Brain 

      Hsu, Ying (2013)
      Astrocytes are the natural guardian of neurons. If astrocytes fail to maintain a proper brain microenvironment, neurons can stop firing within minutes. When the brain cells are exposed to "stress" such as the ...
    • Dizzy and Deaf 

      Tokita, Joshua (2010)
      Investigation of the role cadherin 23 and protocadherin play in the tip links of auditory and vestibular hair cells. This is image is from an adult mouse utricle in which the cadherin 23 gene has been knocked out. Tip links ...
    • DNA Unwinding Proteins at the Replication Fork 

      Schroeder, Cynthia (2009)
      I am a student of the biomedical visualization department at UIC. As a student in the biomedical visualization program, scientific knowledge, which involves, but not limited to, physiology and anatomy is translated visually. ...
    • Don’t judge; I’m green, but normal! 

      Arslan, Ahmet (2011)
      One of the research projects I am currently working on requires the use of normal primary mammary epithelial cells to study the molecular mechanism of the transformation of human breast cancer. In this project we are ...
    • Dopamine release in response to amphetamine 

      Brown, Holden (2011)
      "In the brain, the neurotransmitter dopamine is released in the striatum in brief (phasic) bursts in spontaneously and after electrical stimulation of the dopamine cell bodies. This experiment examined how amphetamine ...
    • Dot plots presenting Lyme disease distribution 

      Dang, Tuan (2010)
      "With the growth of data in volume and complexity, data analysis requires sophisticated tools to uncover hidden structure. For initial exploration, dot plots are an invaluable tool for revealing the statistical distribution ...
    • Downtown Glenview Plan for Open Space 

      Hacker, Brian (2011)
      This image is a composite of a photographs, maps, and drawings that I used as the cover of my master's project for the school of Urban Planning and Policy. The project is an open space plan for Downtown Glenview, a suburban ...
    • Dreaming of Black Holes 

      Pankowski, Joe (2010)
      This image comes from a video reproduction of a person’s dream. My project “Dream Reproductions” is a web based piece in the form of a blog where anybody can submit a description of their own dream and I then recreate it ...
    • E-cadherin expression in Human Ovarian Cancer Cell Line Caov-3 

      Ansberger, Kristine (2009)
      It was estimated that 21,650 women were diagnosed with ovarian cancer and 15,520 women would’ve died of ovarian cancer in 2008. Stage 1 ovarian cancer is treatable 95% of the time, but due to a lack of symptoms, most cancers ...
    • The Economic Role of Culture 

      Bobina, Mariya (2009)
      The doctoral dissertation theme “Cultural predictors on economic performance and foreign direct investment” stems from two major streams of thought: (1) economic research on globalization and growth models and (2) ...
    • Effectiveness of online simulation training: Measuring faculty knowledge, perceptions, and intention to adopt 

      Kim, S.; Park, C.; O'Rourke, J. (Elsevier, 2016-06-26)
      Background: Best practice standards of simulation recommend standardized simulation training for nursing faculty. Online training may offer an effective and more widely available alternative to in-person training. Objectives: ...
    • An Efficient and Economical Assay to Screen for Triclosan Binding to FabI. 

      Demissie, RD; Kabre, P; Tuntland, ML; Fung, LW (SAGE Publications, 2016-04)
      Triclosan is an effective inhibitor for enoyl acyl carrier protein reductase (ENR) in fatty acid biosynthesis. Triclosan-resistant mutants of ENR have emerged. Thus, it is important to detect these triclosan-resistant ...
    • Electrostatic Atomization of Vegetable Oil 

      Al-Ahmed, Ghazi (2009)
      Raw (or used) vegetable oils can be used as liquid fuels; however, due to their high viscosity (more than 20 times higher than the viscosity of diesel fuel), atomization of these oils presents a major challenge of using ...