Husker undergrads carry research to state senators

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Husker undergrads carry research to state senators

Juliana Rodriguez of Omaha explains her research project, "Surface Interaction of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria: An Effective Step Towards Robust Biosensor Development," to Sen. Tony Vargas of District 7.
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Juliana Rodriguez of Omaha explains her research project, "Surface Interaction of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria: An Effective Step Towards Robust Biosensor Development," to Sen. Tony Vargas of District 7.

For the third year, Husker undergraduates discussed their research and creative activity face-to-face with state senators.

The presentations, held April 16 at Ferguson House, 700 S. 16th St., were organized as part of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's two-day 2019 Spring Research Fair. The event allowed 47 students to present their work on more than 35 research projects that have direct ties to Nebraska. Click the image below to see more from the event.