Now showing items 6-10 of 20102

    • Rotor Shape Manipulation for the Design of an Alternator-Based Regenerative Braking System 

      Bradley, Brendan; Buxbaum, Clifton; Golsen, Dain; Haliyur, Sean; Hosamane, Nikhil; Kaplan, Alan; Layne, Avery; Patel, Trisha; Piqué, Alexander; Rodriguez, Zachary; Spawn, Zachary; Zeug, Bryan (2018)
      To widen the scope of hybrid technology, Team DRIVE studied the implementation of an alternator-based regenerative braking system onto an automobile’s drive shaft. The team hypothesized that salient rotors were more ideal ...
    • Bioremediation of Volatile Organic Compounds in Indoor Spaces Using a Novel Biowall Design: A Feasibility Study 

      Brown, Erica; Enguillado, Gabrielle; McDermott, Robert; Palumbo, Nicole; Smith, Jill; Stanley, Michelle; Sulzbach, Morgan; Taylor, Jaclyn (2018)
      Indoor air can contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs), released from household materials at concentrations ten times higher than outdoors, causing numerous health problems, and potentially cancer. Indoor biowalls present ...
    • Identification and Quantification of Secreted Proteins Driving Hematopoiesis in an Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Coculture System 

      Amedeo, Michael; Chowdhary, Prableen K; Jalalian, Aria; Lai, Wei Chen; Sahai, Amil; Thomas, George; Uppalapati, Akhil; Vejzagic, Farah (2018)
      Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) results from a genetic alteration in hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs). Recent treatment techniques focused on the utilization of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) as an avenue to introduce ...
    • In-Situ Electro-Assembly of Redox-Based Glucose Sensors for Microfluidic Applications 

      Chan, Joanne; Dhamsania, Chandni; Ghodasra, Monil; Laster, Elana; Lo, Kimberly; Mehta, Julie; Patel, Mayuri; Ravishankar, Veda; Rombro, Sam; Santharam, Yasas; Onimus, Sarah; Wang, Joy; Yau, Jessica (2018)
      Microfluidic models of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, known as gut-on-a-chip devices, mimic the structural, absorptive, pathophysiological and microbial environment of the human gut. They have potential to revolutionize ...
    • Classifying Bias in Large Multilingual Corpora via Crowdsourcing and Topic Modeling 

      Caljean, Brianna; Calvert, Katherine; Chang, Ashley; Frank, Elliot; Garay Jáuregui, Rosana; Palo, Geoffrey; Rinker, Ryan; Weakly, Gareth; Wolfrey, Nicolette; Zhang, William (2018)
      Our project extends previous algorithmic approaches to finding bias in large text corpora. We used multilingual topic modeling to examine language-specific bias in the English, Spanish, and Russian versions of Wikipedia. ...