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Student and Faculty Research

Students can expand their horizons through research, whether in a lab, the research spot of your choice or Doane's 50-acre Aldrich Prairie Research Site.  Senior research projects also provide experience before employment or grad school.
 

Summer Research Programs

Stipends are provided for students to work with faculty to conduct scholarly or creative research—from studying waterways to writing an original play.

 
Titlesort ascending Department Description
Examining Dietary Behavior in Neo-tropical Bat Species Biology

Examining dietary behavior in neo-tropical bat species using stable isotopes.

Evaluating the Impact of Differentiation Agents Biology

Evaluating the impact of differentiation agents on breast cancer stem cell tumorsphere formation.

Development of a Reliable Method for Producing Atomically Sharp Carbon Fiber Tips Physics

Development of a reliable method for producing atomically sharp carbon fiber tips for scanning tunneling microscopy.

Developing Computer Detection Algorithms Physics / Biology

Developing Computer Detection Algorithms for Arabidopsis Seedling Roots in Microscope Images.

Community Integrated Biomass Gasification Biology

Community Integrated Biomass Gasification.

 

Atomic-level Structural Detail for a Mineral-binding Peptide Chemistry

Atomic-level structural detail for a mineral-binding peptide bound to hydroxyapatite by solid-state NMR.

Antibiotic Resistance Changes in Oral Microbial Flora Biology

Antibiotic resistance changes in oral microbial flora

 

Algae Biofuels at Doane College Biology

Intro

"Analysis of Genome Function Using Machine Vision and Computation" - Presentation Strategies Biology

Introduction to the project "Analysis of genome function using machine vision and computation" and development of presentation strategies for the project to

"Analysis of Genome Function Using Machine Vision and Computation" Biology

Introduction to the project "Analysis of genome function using machine vision and computation" and determination of research interests.

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