Research Mazes

Research - General
  • 1.
    Are YOU smarter than a grad student?

    This sampling of NU Biology Graduate Student findings, presented at the 5th Annual NU Graduate Biology Symposium, illustrates the host of ongoing research projects within the Biology Department. And so we ask, are YOU smarter than our graduate student researchers? Topics Include: microbiology, worm reproduction and immortality, reproductive and mitochondrial biology, regeneration, cell fate, gene sequencing, antibiotics, rotifers and more.

    Are YOU smarter than a grad student?

    This sampling of NU Biology Graduate Student findings, presented at the 5th Annual NU Graduate Biology Symposium, illustrates the host of ongoing research projects within the Biology Department. And so we ask, are YOU smarter than our graduate student researchers? Topics Include: microbiology, worm reproduction and immortality, reproductive and mitochondrial biology, regeneration, cell fate, gene sequencing, antibiotics, rotifers and more.

    2.
    Reproductive Biology 101

    NU Biology is a leader in Reproductive Biology Research with emphasis on cell biology, physiology and reproductive stem cells.

    Reproductive Biology 101

    NU Biology is a leader in Reproductive Biology Research with emphasis on cell biology, physiology and reproductive stem cells.

    3.
    SAT Essay Maze Part 1 [DRAFT]

    This maze was authored by Gabrielle Pullen with C2 Education. Its focus is to help prepare students for the essay portion of the SAT by understanding key concepts of writing and the importance of the essay.

    SAT Essay Maze Part 1 [DRAFT]

    This maze was authored by Gabrielle Pullen with C2 Education. Its focus is to help prepare students for the essay portion of the SAT by understanding key concepts of writing and the importance of the essay.

    4.
    Zebrafish Neurobiology & Behavior I

    Zebrafish Neurobiology & Behavior--featuring larval locomotion (for the zebrafish aficionado). Ping professor@mazefire.com if stuck.

    Zebrafish Neurobiology & Behavior I

    Zebrafish Neurobiology & Behavior--featuring larval locomotion (for the zebrafish aficionado). Ping professor@mazefire.com if stuck.

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