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Poster Competition Winners

2017 Undergraduate Research Poster Competition

Showcasing research discoveries from students

October 30, 2017 - From entertainment robots to traditional medicinal plants in Ghana with anti-cancer properties to determining the age and sex of ancient potters, this year’s Undergraduate Research Poster Competition examined a diverse group of topics. <more

2016 Undergraduate Research Poster Competition

2016 Undergraduate Research Poster Competition Winners

October 31, 2016 - From magpies to healing through art to breast cancer the Undergraduate Research Poster Competition covers a diverse range of topics. The annual competition took place on Thursday, October 27 with nearly 100 participants displaying their work in five different categories and vying for cash prizes.
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2015 Undergraduate Research Poster Competition

Poster competition showcases exciting research

October 30, 2015 — From diabetic mice to 19th century music to humpback whales the Undergraduate Research Poster Competition covers a diverse range of topics. The annual competition took place on Thursday, October 29 with over 100 participants displaying their work in five different categories and vying for cash prizes. < more 


2014 Undergraduate Research Poster Competition

Poster competition highlights research diversity  

October 31, 2014 - From aboriginal rap music to youth justice to pre-term infant mortality, the Undergraduate Research Poster Competition puts a spotlight on the broad and diverse research being done by U of M students. < more 


2013 Undergraduate Research Poster Competition

The pure passion of research

November 1, 2013 — Chemistry student Alexandra Ciapala rapidly explains the use of a breakthrough sub-celluar Infrared imaging that works with chemicals. The finer points of Fourier infrared transform spectroscopy (FTIR) spectrochemical 3D imaging (and they are almost all finer points) are complex.
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