STEM Honors Research Symposium - Event Details

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STEM Honors Research Symposium

Location: UCB 127

STEM Honors Research Symposium
Come Support Undergraduate Researchers!
Students in the STEM Honors Certificate Program are presenting their capstone projects for the University of Hawaii at Hilo Community. Please join us in learning about the many exciting advances being made right here on our Hilo campus in the fields of Mathematics and Biological research.

Chelsea Sato: Theanine in Tea
Gin Tezuka: Expression of Centralspindlin with Baculoviruses Expression System
Qixin LI: Antioxidant Activity of Locally Grown Hawaii Fruits
Reuben Tate: The Catenary Degree of Elements in Numerical Monoids Generated by Generalized Arithmetic Progressions
Luke Kupcha: Study of the Regulation of Mitosis

Date: Wednesday, April 13th, 2016
Time: 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: UCB 127

For more information, contact: mmellott@hawaii.edu (808) 747-1311

Tags: Science STEM BIOLOGY Mathematics Undergraduate Research UH Hilo TEA Mitosis Monoids Antioxidents

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