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Fuel Cells: Optimizing Grain Boundaries in BaZrO3 and Modeling Proton Conduction Using Kinetic Monte Carlo
Perovskite oxides have attracted much interest due to their possible use in proton conducting fuel cells. Today fuel cells have the potential to solve some of our nations most pressing problems, such as dependence on foreign ...
THE ROLE OF DROSOPHILA INHIBITOR OF APOPTOSIS (DIAP1) IN FAT BODY REMODELING
During metamorphosis in Drosophila melanogaster some larval tissues are destroyed through programmed cell death (PCD) (Aguila et al., 2007). The steroid hormone 20-hydroxyecdysone (ecdysone) regulates several genes that ...
The Eye and the Not I
Belgian philosopher Luce Irigaray posits the paradox of the female speaker-subject becoming an agent of the masculine role of oration whenever she speaks. My art explores this same dilemma through visual language, navigating ...
Through bodily mark-making, overlapping and layering multiple lithographs and screen prints, and the use of color, I strive to reference a sexual encounter within a figural landscape, so the figure is both the subject and ...
The Marketable Swamp People: The Effects of Commodification on Louisiana’s Cajun Culture
The Cajuns are a cultural group that lives almost exclusively in Southwest Louisiana. Today they are portrayed in mainstream media through reality television shows and cook books, but how did this 'Cajun fever' emerge? ...
Rule of Law Reform in Post-Conflict Environments: Problematic Realities from Kosovo
Over the past two decades, efforts to promote the rule of law around the globe have expanded, especially in post-conflict environments. As Thomas Carothers remarked, “One cannot get through a foreign policy debate these ...