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    • WestConn Research Day, May 13, 2010 

      2010 WRD Committee (2011-03-16)
      WestConn Research Day, May 13, 2010
    • Gendered Expectations; Moderate Deviance in Georgian London 

      McDonald, Shannon (2011-05)
      The Duchess of Devonshire was a passionate participant in the Westminster Election of 1784. Her experience is an illustrious example of a woman in history who faced ridicule due to failure to comply to her gender and social ...
    • Western Research Day, May 12, 2011 

      Western Connecticut State University., WRD Committee (2011-05-13)
    • The Effect of Question Wording on the Resolution of Visual Ambiguity 

      Talibon, Meredithe (2011-05-14)
      Ambiguity is valuable because it can lead to new insights which arise from a shift in perspective. In order to evaluate how visual ambiguity is resolved, college students were shown an ambiguous picture and asked to respond ...
    • Cloning and Expression of a Haloacid Dehalogenase Enzyme 

      Van, Skyler (2011-05-14)
      The purpose of this research project is to clone the gene JHP1130 from Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori). JHP1130 is a member of the Haloacid Dehalogenase (HAD) superfamily, which is characterized by a varied group including ...
    • Primary Culture of Brain Stem Cells 

      Fitzgerald, Mark P.; Fignar, Brittany E.; Dye, Frank J. (2011-05-14)
      Neurospheres are multicellular, spherical clusters of cells derived from brain tissue placed in cell culture. According to the literature, neurospheres are heterogeneous populations consisting of, at least, neural stem and ...
    • Nonlinear Optical Materials, Applications from the Science Building at WCSU 

      Litwin, Brandon M (2011-05-20)
      This presentation focuses on the applications of my research rather than on the science, the content is summarized as follows: Nonlinear optical materials are electromagnetic (i.e. light) frequency modulating compounds ...