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Undergraduate Research


The evidence-based learning, undergraduate research can be used as recruiting/retention/persistence tool  in the undergraduate classrooms of two-year campuses.  A benefit of undergraduate research enables two-year students to successfully compete with students from four-year schools at regional and national meetings.  

 

 

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Please Attend the Del Mar College Student Research Day on April 21! Read more

The AC2 Bio-Link Regional Center recently sponsored two DMC students to present at the student poster competition at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting held in Boston, MA February 16-20, 2017. AAAS is the largest general scientific society in the world ... Read more

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Stephanie Randell, McLennan CC: Undergraduate Research at MCC: A Novel Approach View details
Sandra Porter's talk: Drug Discovery and Zika Virus View details
Bob McLean, Undergraduate Research at Texas State University View details

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Soil is one of the richest sources for microbial diversity and one of the most challenging of environments from which to successfully culture and study the microbes present. From an agricultural standpoint, soil microbes carry out a number of essential biochemical reactions necessary for plant ... Read more

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Terpenoids are a diverse class of plant natural products that function as plant hormones, act in plant defense responses and provide structural support to membranes. In addition, terpenoids are commercially valued as essential oils, flavors, fragrances and pharmaceutical drugs. Furano-terpenes ... Read more

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Wolbachia is a widely-distributed, obligate, intracellular parasite belonging to the alpha-proteobacteria group, sharing features with Rickettsiae-like microorganisms. It is a bacterial endosymbiont whose presence can influence the sex ratio of many arthropod and nematode offspring by a number ... Read more