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    • Jellyfish Stingers as Mini Needles 

      Oppegard, Shawn (2009)
      This image depicts discharged and undischarged nematocysts from the Portuguese Man O’ War jellyfish. Nematocysts are the stinging organelles by which jellyfish immobilize their prey, and is also the cause of many injuries ...
    • Kaboom! The Nano Bang Theory! 

      Bae, Misuk (2011)
      "My research has focused on creating hydrogel particles that are about 100 nanometers to 1 micrometer in size as a gene delivery vehicle to get genes to the site of disease. Hydrogel particles are comprised of an interconnected ...
    • Keep Together As I May 

      Prokopas, Courtney (2012)
      I create art installations that are self-contained support systems considering the ephemeral connotations of life. These systems each employ an inherent logic and often utilize plants and insects. Though I am in the School ...
    • The Killers of Ol' Pejeta, Kenya 

      Lahiri, Mayank (2010)
      My research is in computational population biology, which involves building large-scale computational models of wild animal behavior and associations using modern computer science techniques. As part of my research, I am ...
    • Kilmainhaim Gaol, East Wing 

      Callahan, Patrick (2012)
      This image was taken during my research abroad in Dublin, Ireland in the East Wing of Kilmainham Gaol (Jail), a building where many important leaders of Irish rebellions were imprisoned and sometimes executed. The prison, ...
    • KNEEL 

      Dean, Kaleb (2018)
      This image is from an exhibition called Typeforce 9 in which Chicago designers are encouraged to create works coming out of their research and practice. I've been studying typographic forms and materials as they relate to ...
    • La Bruja 

      Guthrie, Deirdre (2009)
      This woman is a bruja (witch) in a Dominican village that has experienced a recent surge in tourist development. Her husband cut her recently to let her blood so she would “stop flying at night,” an act that reveals her ...
    • Labyrinthine Plane 

      Schuman, Adam W. (2014)
      The assembly of immiscible liquid-liquid interfaces, like oil on water, is commonly found in biological, environmental, and industrial settings, but a relatively limited number of studies on this type of system have been ...
    • Lake Calumet 

      Schroeder, Emily (2010)
      "Landscape urbanism addresses planning as a broader ecological, environmental, infrastructural, and social-cultural processes constituting design of open spaces as the center of civic, institutional strategies and engagement. ...
    • Lake Level Survey 

      Cronin, Kyle (2014)
      This photo was taken while performing a lake level survey of the saltiest body of water on Earth, Don Juan Pond, in Wright Valley, Antarctica. In the foreground Kyle Cronin uses a surveying level to measure the elevation ...
    • Lampbrush Chromosomes and Fragile X Mental Retardation Protein, FMRP 

      Kim, Miri (2009)
      Fragile X Syndrome is the most common form of inherited mental retardation, occurring in 1/4000 males and 1/8000 females. This syndrome is caused by the lack of expression of the Fragile X mental retardation protein, or ...
    • Latent Epidermal Scape 

      Sudbrink, Lauren C. (2015)
      My practice consists of a series of photographs, sculptures and performances that draw parallels between photography and the human body. I conflate the skin of the human body with that of film, the skin-like surface of the ...
    • Lazy Protons 

      Yasar, Temel Kaya (2013)
      This image is a graphical representation of randomly oriented idle (lazy) protons sitting to be imaged with Magnetic Resonance Image (MRI). My research is about developing new diagnostic mechanical property imaging techniques ...
    • LC-MS visual recording of drug secondary degradation 

      Li, Jinghu (2010)
      "High performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS) is an analytical technique used for many applications in many different stages of drug development including in vivo drug screening, metabolic stability ...
    • Lichen Mosaic 

      Rivas Plata, Eimy (2009)
      Lichens are one of the most harmonious and beautiful symbiotic relationships in nature. They can be found almost anywhere, forming communities that can be considered “art mosaics” to the simple view. Among the high diversity, ...
    • "Little Boxes" on the Beachfront 

      Rollins, Luisa (2012)
      My research explores the relationships between environmental politics, development, and human-environment interactions in the Dominican Republic. My interest in this topic was sparked by a conversation I had with a local ...
    • Look Away 

      Jendrusina, Alexander (2018)
      My research examines the relationship between discrimination and mental health, which is challenging to safely and humanely photograph. I encourage this piece to be interpreted abstractly as I intentionally symbolize many ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Love ‘em or Hate ‘em, you can help to study them 

      Sullivan, Steve (2010)
      "Unlike most mammals, tree squirrels are diurnal, active year round, and can live well near humans. Because of this, the range of tree squirrels is expanding and they are an important component of our urban ecosystems. ...