Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium
Thursday, 9 August 2001
McKinly Laboratory
University of Delaware
When does a scientist become a scientist?  It is not when a person knows many facts and even understands in depth some aspect of the natural world.  I would suggest the transition occurs when curiosity about a phenomena leads to an inquiry for new knowledge.  This can occur in a person with little or lots of knowledge about a subject.  It is an attitude of inquiry.
                                                                                        James Bryant Conant (1946)
Participants and their sponsors
Map of the ground floor of McKinly Laboratory


Poster Sessions - Exhibition Corridor (Abstracts)

12:00 to 1:00 PM Odd-numbered Posters Attended by Presenters
1:00 to 2:00 PM Even-numbered Posters Attended by Presenters
Oral Presentations - 061 McKinly Laboratory (Abstracts)
12:30     Justin DiAngelo (Sponsor - Melinda Duncan)
           Production of Anti-BVES/Pop1A Monoclonal Antibodies
12:45     Eric Evans (Sponsor - Patricia DeLeon)
           Human Epididymal SPAM1 Expression
1:00       Suzanne Biehn (Sponsor - Norman Karin)
           Induction of Sarco/Endoplasmic Reticulum Biosynthesis by Ca2+-ATPase
1:15       Michael Usher (Sponsor - Eric Kmiec)
           Biochemical Analysis of Targeted Gene Repair
Food 12:00 - 2:00 Sky Light Lounge

Sponsored by:

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute's
         Undergraduate Biological Science Program
VWR Scientific Products
UD Undergraduate Research Program
Charles Peter White Fellowships
Special thanks to the research supervisors whose time and grant funding enabled this event to happen!

In the news:
Summer undergraduate research symposium hosts mock poster session,
         by Barbara Garrison
           16 August 2001 - University of Delaware UpDate, Vol 20(19), 14.

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