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Thank you to the 2013 BioExpo crew
: Anne Elise Creamer, Karen Duffy and Hee-Sung Park,
and congratulations to the 2013 poster award winners!
1st Place: Dylan Webster, BE MEng'13
"An arsenic-specific biosensor employing genetically engineered Shewanella oneidensis in a microbial electrochemical system"
2nd Place: Chima Amadi, AnSci'15
"The effect of cold atmospheric pressure plasma on tail regeneration of tadpoles Xenopus laevis"
3rd Place: Anne Elise Creamer, BE'13
"Baseline evaluation of the groundwater quality in central New York in the face of shale gas development"
Alpha Epsilon Student Chapter Blog
Elise Creamer, BE'13, has accepted a graduate school assistantship in
Environmental Engineering at the University of Florida. More
Kimberly Lin, BE'13, is a 2013 Merrill Presidential Scholar Award
winner and honored BEE Professor Ashim Datta as the "Cornell professor most
influential in her development". More
Sarah Loftus, EnvE'13, has worked in the Angenent Bioenergy Lab for two
years, in the area of synthesis gas fermentation. Sarah is a Class of 2013 recipient of the
Academic Excellence Award for exceptional academic achievement in the
Environmental Engineering major. More
Maya Madhavan, BE'13, is a Rawlings Presidential Scholar and NSF
Biology Research Fellow. She performed
her research in the Fischbach Lab, BME, on the effect of cell-cell and
cell-matrix communication of the ability of tumors to be resistant to
Christopher Mancuso, BE'13, has worked in Professor John March's
Metabolic and Signal Engineering Laboratory since his sophomore year. His research involved developing and
integrating genetic circuits capable of detecting uric acid.More
Jie Yuan, BE'13, has worked as a Hunter Rawlings Presidential Scholar
in the Lee Lab in the Department of Molecular Biology & Genetics. More
Dennis Zhou, BE'13, is a 2013 Merrill
Presidential Award Scholar and honored BEE Professor Roger Spanswick as the "Cornell
professor most influential in his development". More