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    • UIC on top of the world! 

      Meierhoff, James (2009)
      In the summer of 2007 I participated in the archaeological excavation at the Wari mountain fortress Cerro Baúl, in southern Peru. Proyecto Cerro Baúl is a joint collaboration directed by Ryan Williams, curator at the Field ...
    • Uncovering gene regulatory network in limb development 

      Eksi, Sebnem Ece (2016)
      My PhD work at UIC is focused on identifying regulatory interactions between genes that are involved in limb development. This is an image of a genetically mosaic Drosophila leg in prepupal stage that lacks the function ...
    • Under the Virtual Ice 

      Nishimoto, Arthur; Long, Lance (2017)
      The search for life on other worlds starts here. The NASA-funded SIMPLE (Sub-ice Investigation of Marine and Planetary-analog Ecosystems) project takes one of the first steps in preparing to search for life under the icy ...
    • Unnatural Matrimony 

      Henderson, Aneeka (2011)
      "My research explores the literary convention of the marriage plot in contemporary black popular romance of the 1980s and 1990s. These texts link to popular romance through emphasis on courtship, but refuses the genre’s ...
    • Untitled 

      Mazock, Gloria (2010)
      This image shows the changes that occur in the lipid-storing fat body cells of Drosophila when the abundance of spectrin is reduced. Spectrin is a cytoskeletal protein that forms a lining underneath the plasma membrane of ...
    • Untitled 

      Baldwin, Joseph (2009)
      I am capturing digital slit scan photographic images using a modified flatbed scanner and an old copy camera. The image is a assemblage of images acquired from a single photo shoot. The larger image on the right is an image ...
    • Unwearable Functional Garment II 

      Kim, Heejoo (2010)
      "Unwearable functional garments II is a single channel 3-d animation based on portraying the redesigned and reconstructed garments for three princesses: The Little Mermaid, Snow White, and Cinderella. They are the fairy ...
    • Vertebra Matrix 

      Grote, Lindsay (2008)
      Research involves intellectual investigation, discovery, and interpretation. This matrix of a single vertebra represents one interpretation of a larger research project which investigated Maya 3D software (through numerous ...
    • View from Anderson Mesa; a Navajo Refugee Site 

      Meierhoff, James (2012)
      This photo was taken atop Anderson Mesa, in the Coconino National Forest, Arizona. My dissertation research is focused on the migrations of Yucatec Maya fleeing the violence of the Caste War of Yucatan, Mexico in the ...
    • The Viewer 

      Obelleiro, Julio (2009)
      This image is a close up of an interactive installation called The Viewer, which consists of a virtual viewer situated in front of the real viewer, and deals with the visualization and comprehension strategies of the work ...
    • The Virtual Heart 

      Hegmann, Sarah (2009)
      The heart is at the core of our everyday life. While seemingly simple on the exterior, a complex relationship of actions and anatomy works beneath the surface of the heart to keep us alive. My research at UIC encompasses ...
    • Visualization of the Eigen-structure Updating of Three-Dimensional Random Tensor 

      Ma, Xiang (2009)
      This image visualizes the structural relationship between the higher order singular value decomposition (HOSVD) of a three-dimensional random tensor (above) of size 20x15x10 and a partial three-dimensional tensor (below) ...
    • Visualizing a single neuron in the nematode C. elegans 

      Ramakrishnan, Kalpana (2011)
      "C .elegans is a free living soil nematode that is a great model organism to study nervous system function. To date C . elegans remains only organism whose nervous system has been mapped. It is transparent, making it ...
    • Visualizing Grevy's Zebra Grouping Behavior 

      Reda, Mhd (2009)
      Understanding habitat use and association behavior of endangered species is essential to their conservation. My research focuses on developing interactive visualization techniques that help conservation biologists understand ...
    • Volume Rendering of 7515 B.C.E. Human Skeleton 

      White, Leslie (2011)
      In 2008, close to two hundred ancient human burials were discovered on the edges of a paleolake in the Sahara Desert by paleontologist Dr. Paul Sereno (University of Chicago). Several skeletons, including this Early Holocene ...
    • A Walk through the Countryside 

      Michels, John (2010)
      Highway 11 winds its way through the rural landscape of the Almaguin Highlands in Ontario, Canada. My research explores how a current development project, to be completed in 2012, is expanding the highway, converting it ...
    • Wall of Post-Its 

      Xie, Zhen (2009)
      This photograph, taken in the new UIC innovation center, shows a huge wall full of post-its notes from my research documentation. The blue wall background and the colorful post-its form a high contrast image, and the ...
    • WallCity 

      Guerguis, Maged (2012)
      The WallCity project addresses the issue of contemporary public space through the development of a complex program on an urban site in Chicago. My proposed design is for a 1,000,000 square feet museum building with a third ...
    • Water water everywhere nor any drop to drink 

      Thomas, Kristin (2010)
      My image features an evaporating dish containing an array of disks cut from PEGDA hydrogels synthesized in our lab. These disks are transparent and at the microscale they are comprised of an interpenetrating network into ...
    • Welcoming the Stranger: White Ethnics, Latinos, and Negotiating Church and Community in Chicago Suburbia 

      Martinez, Juan (2011)
      This image depicts an Italian American Catholic religious street procession in a historically white ethnic Chicago area neighborhood that has transitioned into a Mexican-majority community in the last 20 years. In the ...