1. New tool could prevent SIDS

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    Can technology developed for the music industry be used to prevent sudden infant death syndrome? ASU student Peter Seymour adapted a guitar sensor to detect an infant's heartbeat. The new tool, "Ella's Monitor," alerts parents if anything goes wrong. Seymour graduated from the College of Technology and Innovation in May 2012. Produced and edited by Perla Farias and Alexander D. Chapin. Heart illustration rendered by Mai-Li Le and animated by Matthew Larsen.

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    • Andrew Masse on Sand-Swimming Robots

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      Andrew Masse talks about his undergraduate research experiences in the Goldman lab, also known as the Crab Lab. In the Crab Lab, Goldman and his students use biology to find inspiration in their design of robots. Andrew Masse was interviewed by Michael Chen. The video was edited by Fitrah Hamid and filmed by Victor Lee. Featured on the Georgia Tech Admissions website! (http://admission.gatech.edu/life-tech/campus-life/georgia-tech-research)

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      • Paola Medrano '16 - Student Profile

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        The biology and psychology double major, who fell in love with research in her second semester, is soaking everything up, from her biology research labs to her participation in student dance ministry Confessions and Latino heritage club Unidad Cristiana. Connect with Wheaton: www.wheaton.edu facebook.com/wheatoncollege.il instagram.com/wheatoncollegeil

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        • Student’s energy powers research, athletics

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          Natasa Vulic is helping improve the efficiency of solar cells to meet future energy demand. She began her research in ASU’s Solar Power Lab as an ASU undergraduate in the Barrett Honors College and is continuing as a graduate student. Her outlet from all that mental work is running up to 90 miles per week as a Sun Devil athlete on the cross-country team.

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          • To Find Something New: Undergraduate Research Spotlight

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            Jay Zhang is not just at Carolina to learn, he's here to discover. "When you're in class reading a textbook, you're actually reading knowledge that is a few years behind," Zhang says. "So I wanted to get onto the very edge of research and see what's happening now." His curiosity has already generated exciting accomplishments. In 2012, he received a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship grant to pursue research on a RNA sequencing simulator. Eager to spread the word about all the research opportunities available to undergraduates, Zhang recently became an undergraduate research ambassador. __________________________________________________________ Video produced by Mary Lide Parker Music provided by Chris Zabriskie

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            • Research @ Union

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              Learn more about the Undegraduate Research program at Union College and how it is fully integrated into the Union education.

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              • Fruit Fly Research Could Benefit Humans

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                Undergraduate molecular bioscience/biotechnology major, Erica Heinrich, works as a researcher in the laboratory of Professor Jon F. Harrison. Heinrich studies oxygen-deprivation levels in fruit flies. This video was produced by ASU undergraduate student Laura Palmisano, a member of the Research and Economic Affairs Communications Team.

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                • Theme and Variations for Solo Violin, composed by Qingfan Jiang, '12 and performed by Erin Donegan, '11

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                  "Theme and Variations" takes its title from a musical form in which a self-contained theme is repeated and changed in some way with each successful variation. Historically, many composers have favored this form. A well-known example is Mozart's "Twelve Variations on "Ah, Vous Dirai-Je, Maman," the song which we now refer to as "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." My composition, though it is a theme with five variations, may be not easily recognized as such. The sections do not necessarily have clear melodic connections with one another; each rather develops into the next one. The theme is based on a MM7th chord. The first variation adds a major 3rd above it; the second variation expands the major 3rd to a perfect 4th; the next variations continue expanding the interval into a tritone, a perfect 5th and finally a minor 6th. Also, the ending figures of the theme and each variation have the same intervallic content. The macro structure of this composition is similar to an "arch" in its symmetry: the first and last variations are expressive and romantic; the second and fourth ones are light and airy; the third (central) variation is abstract yet playful. Moreover, the sound of the solo violin varies in different ways such as legatos, staccatos, tremolos and flute-like harmonics. It is my hope that this composition will be an interesting "journey" of "Themes and Variations."

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                  • A Summer in Ghana

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                    The Minority Health International Research Training Program (MHIRT) at UAB offers research training opportunities to minority undergraduate, graduate and health professions students who have an interest in the areas of nutrition, tropical infectious diseases, reproductive health, sexually transmitted diseases, and chronic diseases. Students Justin Hill, Bryce Hunt, Roshni Sheth, and Abena Afriyie spent the summer of 2012 in Ghana conducting health related research with their mentors. For more info about the MHIRT program visit http://www.soph.uab.edu/mhirt/

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                    • DSLR Users Guide - Canon 5Dmkiii

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                      A tutorial on how to set exposure, operate and maintain the Canon EOS 5Dmkiii DSLR camera. I plan on making a new version of this in a better way so just wait around a bit for that. Shot by Travis Carlson. Edited by Kraig Adams of www.kadamsmedia.com.

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