This collection contains Winona State University (WSU) undergraduate and graduate student research creative projects, presentations, research grants, and travel grants for the academic year of 2016-2017. Research and travel grants are managed by the WSU Grants and Sponsored Projects Department.
Taphonomic and Depositional Analysis of Megaflora of the Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation near Marmarth, North Dakota, Nelson Mallory, Chelsea Ames, and Will Franta
Use of In Silico Structure Activity Relationship (SAR) Project in Medicinal Chemistry Course at Winona State University: Molecular Docking Simulation and Analysis of Human Dopamine D3 Receptor-Rotigotine Analog Binding, Thomas Provost and Myoung Lee
Characterization of In Vitro Amyloid Fibril Formation from Bovine Serum Albumin and Gamma Globulin Using Thioflavin T Flourescence and Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis, Carissa Schieffer and Myoung Lee
FUN Fridays: Food & Nutrition Unite with Sustainability, Jennifer Tuttle
Degradation of Gamma Globulin Amyloid Fibrils by Serine Proteases, Jordan Welshons and Myoung Lee