Amay Bandodkar, NanoEngineering
"Epidermal Tatoo Sensors"
Michelle Ma, Bioengineering
"Harnessing heart power: How much force can an individual's heart cell produce?"
Tyler Marghetis, Cognitive Science
"Can't touch this! How humans get a grip on numbers and time"
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Graduate Research Advocacy Day Winners
Kara Finzel, Chemistry
"Probing protein-protein interactions in fatty acid biosynthesis for enhancing biofuel development and antibiotic design"
Nicholas Obradovich, Political Science
Nick examines the politics and political effects of a changing climate. He researches questions like "How does unusual weather affect rural voting behaviors?"
Kara and Nick will travel to Sacramento with Dean Barrett on April 27 as part of a UC-wide contingent. Their research will be displayed at the Capitol and they will meet with legislators to share how their research impacts California. Learn more.