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Published on Mar 1, 2012
At Missouri State University, students often have the opportunity to conduct research and present the findings. Two MSU students recently received awards for their presentations at the Arkansas Idea Network of Biomedical Research Excellence conference.
At the conference, college students from Arkansas and surrounding states had the opportunity to present their research in biological science, physics and chemistry, and see the research of their peers.
James Hansen, a senior physics major, won 2nd place in the physics category for his oral presentation on grapheme -- which could improve the efficiency of the solar cell and lower its manufacturing costs. Anneli Hoggard, a chemistry graduate student, won 2nd place in the chemistry/biochemistry oral presentation category. She was unable to attend tonight.
On the court to congratulate James Hansen is Interim Provost Frank Einhellig. Ladies and gentlemen, please acknowledge James for his research and award. He is in the BancorpSouth Academic Spotlight.