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Garbage Juice & Super-efficient Vehicles Among 106 Projects at Clarkson University Undergraduate Research Symposium
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Rock Climbing Effects on Cliff Ecosystems, and Garbage Juice to Engine Use: Analysis of Algal Growth Characteristics in Landfill Leachate are among the 106 research projects being presented at the 14th annual Clarkson University Symposium on Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE).
Students will make presentations on a wide variety of topics on Saturday, April 14, in Clarkson University's Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP) building.
Students will make oral presentations from 9:30-10:45 a.m. and 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m., with welcoming comments at 9:15 a.m., and a one-hour poster session from 10:45-11:45 a.m. in CAMP’s Robert A. Plane Atrium. The public is invited to attend.
Other projects include topics like Anaerobic Digestion for the Treatment of Clarkson’s Cafeteria Waste Generating Heat and Power; Arab Spring: Technology and Tyrants; Super-Efficient Vehicles From Startup Car Companies: Will the Consumer Buy In?; and Determining factors affecting elephant movement patterns in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda.
The SURE presentation schedule and abstract book are at http://www.clarkson.edu/dor/sure .
Meet with the students and see all 106 projects on April 14 at Clarkson University.
The symposium was established as a forum for undergraduate students to present the results of their scholarly experiences. The program's goal is to recognize and encourage students who are actively participating in various research and projects.
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Photo caption: Students display posters and speak to guests at last spring’s Symposium on Undergraduate Research Experience at Clarkson University.