Author Saurabh Singh studies the potential use of recycled glass to improve the properties of concrete. He tests the durability of recycled glass as a fly ash substitute to help reduce current levels of pollution.
Author Daniel Goldberg studies a type of waterbird called a sora. He uses autonomous recording units to record their calls to better understand how they respond to the presence of a predator.
Author Austin Calhoun studies bumble bee health. He asks how bumble bees respond when they are exposed to a common fungicide and a pathogen at the same time.
Author Joey Neale studies how mortality might impact the size of a mosquito population. He removes individuals from the population and measures population growth.
Author Michael Burt studies how chemistry teachers build their teaching curricula. He looks at how Illinois teachers use Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) in the classroom.
Author Juan Canchola makes natural products and tests them against bacteria to see if they can be used as antibiotics.
Teddy Dondanville studies the GMO ban implemented in Peru. He looks at how different stakeholder groups view the GMO ban and questions the policy aim of the law.
Author Anthony Breitenbach studies how heat waves affect male or female development in the red-eared slider turtle.
Nick Mullins studies how religion and culture shape political life in North America and in Europe.
Dr. Amanda Wilson Carter works with turtles to study how stress hormones effect hatchling survivorship.