Below is a graph from my research paper. It plots the energy remaining to be harnessed by the entire solar cell, after each successive stack, as a differently-colored line. For example, the situation after the 9th stack (black line) is the photon energies from the Sun are mostly absorbed, but remaining energies with "little bumps" are those <0.5 eV, ~1.7-8 eV, and 2.9-4 eV.
1) I believe I am completely done with all my paperwork. Confirm?
2) I have an abstract
3) I have a 100 page research paper
4) I have completed JAVA programming
5) I have completed a highly sufficient number of trials to successfully draw conclusions
6) I wish to work on developing my relevance and applications section.
1) I registered online
2) I submitted an abstract
3) No space explicitly for a research paper, but I have revised drafts of my research paper
4) Now I am preparing an oral and PowerPoint presentation
Over the next month, I will be drafting my PowerPoint in depth (which will also aid me in drafting my Intel NWSES local and regional fair posters) and consolidating my results for presentation. I will also be working on my oral presentation, which I eventually would love a little practice and feedback for! :)
The only things remaining in my Davidson application before completion (Feb 12th deadline) are
1) (many) essays
2) the mentor reference (thank you!)
It is my understanding that you would like to see my essays before submitting the reference; thus, I am currently working on them (in class, my Davidson essays are what keep me typing and listening to 90s pop music - so uncharacteristic) and hope to send you first drafts of all my essays this weekend.
Today, after counting my cells at the lab, I worked with my mentor to gather the data and generate graphs depicting the growth curve of the cell lines so far (Day 9).
I created a data table laying out the total number of viable cells (so multiplying the number of viable cells per mL by how many mLs were in the flasks), labeling each cell line (control, NTRK1 WT, 3 NTRK1 muts, NTRK2 WT, 1 NTRK2 mut), against time (Day 0, Day 3, Day 6, Day 7, Day 8, Day 9).
Submitted by Nick Petty on Mon, 01/13/2014 - 6:24pm
I finished changing the tense of the procedure section! So I don't have class tomorrow, and the time where we would have class I will be hard at work recording my art supplement, however, I would love some feedback on the quality of my content and feedback if there is everything covered. I am considering running my paper by Kate too, provided she isn't too busy, to see what she says about everything.
Below are the follow-up questions you asked from my previous blog post: Does the order in which you probe the blot with these antibodies matter?Can you describe your plan for how you will interpret the presence/absence of ERK and MAP kinase in these cultures?