NMU SCIENCE STUDENTS ATTEND SYMPOSIUM

            MARQUETTE – The Northern Michigan University Physics Club sponsored a trip to Argonne National Laboratory on Oct. 24-26 so 35 science majors could attend the Undergraduate Research Symposium.

            Five of the students who attended the symposium made presentations. They are:

            From Michigan (cities listed alphabetically)

            Cedar Springs: Jenny Jo Mueller; Fenton: Jeanean Ghering; Ishpeming: Jay Tasson; Temperance: Dan Welling.

            From Illinois

            Grayslake: Ali Picking.

            Mueller presented on the topic of aerial dispersal of planktonic organisms. Ghering presented about chemical signaling between black locust and soil bacteria. Tasson presented on the topic of magnetic shielding for an experiment to measure the n-4He weak interaction. Welling presented about building a geomagnetic substorm database. Picking presented about CPT violations in a classical system.



Prepared By
Jessica Holman
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