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Blazing New Trails: A Novel Approach to Eldercare
Panelist Riley Maddox spent his summer as a research assistant for Baystate Medical Center's Acute Care for Elders program. As Baystate has one of the top 40 geriatric care programs in the United States, Riley spent his ...
THE ART OF LOOKING: ART, SCIENCE, AND OBSERVATION IN LATE ENLIGHTENMENT BRITAIN
This project will examine the artistic and visual culture of the late Enlightenment (roughly 1750-1830) with a focus on Great Britain. Specifically, I will be examining how the New Science of the Enlightenment, with its ...
Body Stories: On Trans-Poetics as Feminist Science Studies
In Spring 2015 I begin medical transition. The archive starts with a few empty testosterone vials that I line up along my windowsill. A few months later, I have a small wooden cigar box full of them. I begin to save receipts. ...
Chaperone-Like Activity of Human Small Heat Shock Protein-Derived Peptides in Response to Cellular Stress
Small heat shock proteins (sHsps), a family of molecular chaperones that prevent aggregation of partially unfolded protein substrates, are present in many different organisms across all domains of life. They work to ...
On Index Divisibility in the Orbit of Zero Generated by Polynomial Iteration
We say that a sequence is a divisibility sequence if the n-th term divides the m-th term whenever n divides m. In 2007, Rice changed the course of papers related to divisibility sequences with his result in his undergraduate ...
The Genetic Basis of Rescue Behavior in Tetramorium caespitum
A defining characteristic of eusocial insect species is division of labor. Castes as well as task specialization are genetically influenced in many eusocial species, though environmental cues and other factors also play a ...