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Week 8: Strack Lab, Carver College of Medicine, the University of Iowa

Jihang Wang ’15, Dimensions Fellow in Research We were doing similar experiments this week as the past several weeks to get more of the data and also to increase the reliability. Thus, most of the work this week followed similar procedures as I described before. In the first two days, I continued the nucleus morphology […] Read More

Week 9: Audubon Center at Francis Beidler Forest

Nolan Schillerstrom ’15, Rogers Fellow in Environmental Studies Everything is slowing down here at Audubon.  It seems like this is the time of year when a lot of people like to take their vacation days.  Good work is still being done, it is just done in a nature center that is a bit quieter than […] Read More

Week 8: Pufall Lab, University of Iowa

John Christiansen ’15, Dimensions Fellow in Research It has been another quiet week in lab as I wait for my transfected cells to multiply. That being said, the cells are coming along nicely and it will not be too long until I’m ready to move forward. I also designed PRC primers for the next step; […] Read More

Week 7: US Conference of Mayors

Kelly Oeltjenbruns ’15, Ricker Fellow in Urban Policy Development Monday: Annnnnnd we’re right back at it! Now that the holiday is over and we’re far enough from the annual meeting that people need to start doing stuff (it has been very laid back around here the past two weeks!), the office is buzzing again. This is the […] Read More

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