Kathleen Davis ‘12, Ellen Orabone ‘10, Adam Steiner ‘10, and Kathryn Westfall ‘10 were named winners at the 19th Annual North Carolina State University Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium on April 22.
The event was sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research which identifies, creates, and promotes mentored research opportunities with NC State University faculty and other national and international experts.
The students’ research included:
Testing 1, 2, 3: An Overview of the Current State of Genetic Testing
Conversion of Peanut Skins, a Current Waste Product, into a Value-Added Ingredient
Determination of the Effects of Plasma Parameter Variation on Silicon Nitride Deposition Rate
Examining the Role of NHR-25 in Caenorhabditis Elegans Gonadogenesis
Click here to read more about the winning research projects.