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Published on Mar 1, 2013
Thirty-one students from Marshall University were among approximately 100 student researchers from across West Virginia who presented their discoveries at the 10th annual Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol in Charleston. The event, which took place in the rotunda of the State Capitol, is intended to showcase the importance of student research by giving policymakers and the general public the opportunity to talk directly with the students who conducted the research projects, which range from cancer to bridge construction to cloud computing. The students' projects are original research as they shared posters they have prepared to help illustrate their work.