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SBU 3MT 2017 Talks

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Benedette Adewale, Chemistry
Deepwater Horizon oil spill's dispersant: fate and future risk assessments

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Julia Clarke, English
The Thing Repurposed: Character Formation in the Victorian Novel

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Dan Irving, English
Nothing Never Happens: Plotless Fiction and Reader Participation

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Pratik Kumar, Chemistry (People's Choice Winner)
Illuminating the Brain Circuits, one cell at a time

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M. Elise Lauterbur, Ecology and Evolution
Peeing Poison: Exploring the biochemistry and genetics of bamboo lemur cyanide survival

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Luisa Le Donne, Neuroscience
A computer that takes decisions like your brain

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Hwasoo Lee,  Materials Science and Engineering
Novel investigation of manufacturing thermoelectric materials to device that converts heat to electricity

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Linda Padwa, Science Education
All Alone: A Study of Chemistry Teacher Isolation in New York State

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Rajapillai Pillai, Neuroscience (2nd Place Winner)
How to peer into the brain safely (and cheaply!)

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Nicholas U. Schwartz, Neuroscience
Sphingolipids: A New Approach to Understanding Charcot Marie Tooth Disease

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Gregory M. Smith, Materials Science and Engineering
From sea-floor to 35,000 feet, how nature-inspired design can lead to advances in aerospace technology

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Anne Summers, English
How the Victorians Saw: Vision, Perception and the Nineteenth-Century Novel

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Elizabeth Trimber, Cognitive Science, Psychology (3rd Place and People's Choice Winner)
How can we predict who will make impulsive decisions? With reward learning!

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Zoya Vallari, Physics and Astronomy (1st Place and People's Choice Winner)
Capturing ghost particles and telling apart real from fake

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Sai Zhou, Genetics
Cells at play: two songs from one music sheet