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Senior Aneesha Tewari answers questions about her summer research project — "The role of the Paf1 transcriptional regulator during dosage compensation in Drosophila" — Thursday in Sayles Hall.

Credit: Mike Cohea/Brown University

Summer research on display

Undergraduate students from Brown and several other U.S. universities presented the results of their summer research during the 2010 Summer Research Symposium for the Humanities, Sciences, and Social Sciences on Thursday, Aug.5, in Sayles Hall.

By Mike Cohea  |  August 6, 2010  |  Email to a friend

More than 130 undergraduate students gathered in Sayles Hall on Thursday, Aug. 5, to talk about the research they’d been doing this summer. They were a diverse group, many from Brown, with participants from Stanford, USC, Georgia State, Northwestern and elsewhere.

Each had at least one Brown professor as mentor for projects that ranged widely from fishing cooperatives in Baja California Sur to stem cell therapy to the shaping of the Islamic worldview.

A slide show of sights and sounds: