Duke GradX Presenter Schedule
3:05 pm Opening Remarks
Sonifying CRISPR: How to compose new music inspired by CRISPR genetic editing
How elephants interact with a seasonally-fluxing landscape—and what might happen when the waterholes that weave this tapestry disappear?
How did a country as racially unequal as Brazil come to unanimously affirm race-based university quotas as constitutional?
How does seeing help us hear?
How can history inform land conservation?
In individuals with multiple sclerosis, does childhood exposure to second-hand smoke increase severity of multiple sclerosis?
Is part of the story of the “great resignation” a shift in the psychological cost of unemployment?
How an engineered phase of a synthetic mineral could broaden up its application space?
“Forever Chemicals:” How can we better understand the human exposure and health effects of these toxic PFAS Chemicals in North Carolina?
Is the vagus nerve an immune signaling pathway during respiratory infection?
How does corruption affect innovation?
What could the future of household water use look like in the United States?
Nicki Washington, Ph.D
How can we teach to transgress in compouting?
Following the presentations, please join us for virtual breakout rooms!