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  • Author(s):
    Aidan Crowley, Lauren English
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    Since its establishment in 2009, Scientia has been an inclusive journal community dedicated to supporting and celebrating the scientific research of undergraduate students at Notre Dame. The students and faculty advisors of our journal work together to provide a voice for emerging scientists of all types, and we believe that students should have the opportunity to professionally engage in scientific publishing and editing. We welcome submissions of student research in any discipline in the …

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    2022-01-20
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  • Creator(s):
    James Parker Ladwig
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    May studies here during the unfolding years bring growing radiance to the light of scientific learning enkindled at Notre Dame by Fathers Alexander M. Kirsch (1855-1923) and Francis J. Wenninger (1888-1940), Priests of Holy Cross, Teacher-Scholars in the Life Sciences, Deans.

    They have sown the seeds of learning which through years of patient growth give rich yield: thirty-fold, sixty-fold, a hundred-fold. …

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    2022-01-05
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  • Creator(s):
    Natalie K. Meyers, Michael Hildreth
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    This website archive contains (in html and pdf format) copies of the content from the mpsfair.crc.nd.edu website established for The FAIR Hackathon Workshop for Mathematics and the Physical Sciences (MPS) held February 27-28, 2019 in Alexandria, Virginia.

    The workshop brought together forty-four stakeholders in the physical sciences community to share skills, tools and techniques to FAIRify research data. As one of th…

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    2021-05-26
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  • Author(s):
    RoseEllen Crisman, Vaishali Nayak
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    Since its inception in 2009, Scientia has been dedicated to promoting the research of undergraduates. This dedication is research through the Charles Edison Foundation Fellowship, and a renewed social media effort to strengthen both reach and involvement. The goal of our endeavors throughout the academic year has been to highlight the accomplished students and faculty who make up our College of Science community at Notre Dame. We are especially honored and grateful to have included our Char…

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    2020-08-30
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  • Author(s):
    Nancy Paul, Paul Baranay
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    From the Editors

    We are pleased to present the second edition of Scientia, the journal of undergraduate science research at the University of Notre Dame. The journal brings together, over the course of the academic year, a dynamic group of undergraduates from every department in the College of Science to organize and edit the research of their peers.

    With this issue, we hope to spotlight some of the scientific research being conducted by Notre Dame undergraduate students. From the mathema…

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    2019-09-02
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  • Author(s):
    Rachel Cotton, Rebecca Marton
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    From the Editors

    We are pleased to present the fourth volume of Scientia, the undergraduate journal of scientific research. This year’s edition carries on our proud tradition of presenting top research produced by undergraduates, written by undergraduates, and reviewed by our undergraduate peers.

    The very name of this journal, Scientia, is derived from the work of Sir Francis Bacon, who claims that scientia, knowledge of the natural world, is itself the proper partner of potentia, o…

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    2019-09-02
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  • Author(s):
    Matt Reagor, Melissa Harintho
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    From the Editors

    If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. –William Blake

    Scientia is proud to present its first print publication, showcasing outstanding undergraduate scientific research at Notre Dame.

    The goals of Scientia are threefold: first, to recognize and encourage high-quality undergraduate research. The seven papers published in this volume represent commendable persistence and bold thinking. They were selected for their de…

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    2019-09-02
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  • Author(s):
    Orrin Belden, Katrina Magno
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    From the Editors

    To our readers,

    We are pleased to present the sixth volume of Scientia, Notre Dame’s Undergraduate Journal of Scientific Research. This year’s edition carries on our proud tradition of highlighting the vibrant research undertaken by undergraduates, written by undergraduates, and reviewed by undergraduate peers.

    The very name of this journal, Scientia, is derived from the ideas of Sir Francis Bacon, who expressed that scientia, knowledge of the natural world, is itsel…

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    2019-09-02
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  • Author(s):
    Nancy Paul, Paul Baranay
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    From the Editors April 16, 2012

    We are pleased to present the third edition of Scientia, the journal of undergraduate science research at the University of Notre Dame. This year’s edition carries on our proud legacy of presenting top research completed by undergraduates, reported by undergraduates, and reviewed by their undergraduate peers.

    The very name of this journal, Scientia, is derived from the work of St. Augustine who claims that scientia, knowledge of the natural world, is th…

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    2019-09-02
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  • Author(s):
    Michael Dinh, Kaitlin Jacobson
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    From the Editors

    In the words of Sir Francis Bacon, ipsa scientia potestas est. That is to say, “knowledge itself is power.” Bacon understood that there exists a fundamental partnership between power and knowledge of the natural world, and it is from this idea that the name of our journal, Scientia, is derived. At Notre Dame, and especially in the College of Science, we strive to use knowledge and innovation as tools to benefit society, and Scientia works to showcase that pursuit at th…

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    2019-09-02
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  • Author(s):
    Rachel Cotton, Rebecca Marton
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    From the Editors

    We are pleased to present the fifth volume of Scientia, the undergraduate journal of scientific research. This year’s edition carries on our proud tradition of presenting top research produced by undergraduates, written by undergraduates, and reviewed by our undergraduate peers.

    The very name of this journal, Scientia, is derived from the work of Sir Francis Bacon, who claims that scientia, knowledge of the natural world, is itself the proper partner of potentia, or…

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    2019-09-02
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  • Author(s):
    Luke Maillie, Daniel Pape
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    From the Editors

    The University of Notre Dame’s College of Science maintains a firm commitment to fostering advancements that solve the world’s most difficult and enduring questions. Scientific research is at the forefront of methods to answer these questions. To explore and advance science, the college’s faculty and staff work tirelessly to create an environment that encourages independent thinking, exploration, discovery, and collaboration among undergraduate students. Undergraduate resear…

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    2019-08-30
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