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Chemistry majors present research at UW System Symposium

UW Green Bay hosted the 17th-Annual UW System Symposium for Undergraduate Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity on Friday, April 20. Zachary Chambers presented work with Dr. Schuttlefield Christus, “Kinetics of Formation of Struvite from Wastewater”; Nathan Witman presented work with Dr. Waters, “Determining the Function of a Small Protein Involved in the Mn Regulation of Manganese Homeostasis in E. coli”; and Jeshanah Zolkowski presented work with Dr. Bianchetti, “Producing Tactile Protein Models for Chemistry Education."

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