Biology 103
2000 Third Web Reports
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WEB REPORT #3

Biology, 2000

Students were expected, in lieu of midterm examinations, to select topics of interest to themselves and write a short paper based on exploration of materials available on the web. As elsewhere on Serendip, these are intended not as the final word on any topic but rather as expressions of the interests and perspectives of individuals and as windows to available information and perspectives available elsewhere.

Srabonti Narmeen Ali HIV/AIDS
Nimia Barerra Tissue Engineering
Jeanne Braha Dr. Me
Melissa Donimirski Incidence of Breast Cancer
Caroline Dyar Seasonal Affective Disorder: Lighting the Way
Katie Gallagher Aurora Borealis
Allison Hayes-Conroy Twinning and Twinship
Jessica Hayes-Conroy Why the World Needs its Mangroves
Alexis Hilts Morality: Biologically Based?
Rachel Hochberg Seeing 3D: Sterographic Carpeting?
Shah Aashna Hossain Melatonin: Miracle Cure for Jet Lag?
Susanna Jones Debating the Shround of Turin
Katie Kaczmarek "We Are the Music makers, We Are the Dreamers of Dreams"
Katherine Kennedy The Giant Panda
Naomi Lim The Female Athlete Triad: Characteristics, Consequences, and Social Implications
Clare Lindner Seasonal Affective Disorder
Meghan McCabe When Economics and Environment Collide
Jill McCain Language Acquisition and Affective Variables
Sarah Naimzadeh How to Deal With Stress Productively
Elizabeth Paluska Sexual Politics and Sperm Inhibition: The Male Birth Control Pill
Promise Partner The Origins of Agriculture: Rise of Civilization or Defying Evolution?
Debbie Plotnick The Evolution of Technologically Inspired Evolutionary Thoughts
Gloria Ramon Teens Before Their Time
Robin Reineke Its Right Under Our Noses: The Importance of Smell to Science and Our Lives
Mary Rochelle Wolf Culling
Jakki Rowlett He/She/Thee/Me and How We Came to Be
Joseph Santini The Heart of Difference: Reconciling Bioethics With the Doctrine of Perfection
Sonam Tamang OCD: Another Brain Puzzle
Anonymous Shocking to Recovery, or Just Shocking?: A Look into the Process, Pros, and Cons of Electroshock Therapy




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