From Future Kidney Treatment to Filming during COVID
From Future Kidney Treatment to Filming during COVID
Students study myriad topics through IUP summer research program
Collage showing Isaiah Woodard and a diagram of a molecule involved in his research, Scott Semelsberger working in a lab, and Hayley Woodside wearing a headset while filming

Summer Research Heats Up

From studying how zebrafish use stem cells to make new kidney tissue to exploring how videographers have adapted their work during pandemic conditions, IUP students are examining a variety of topics through the Undergraduate Summer Opportunities for Applying Research program, also known as U-SOAR. Take a look at some of their projects.
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