Ames Laboratory Students Present Research at State Capitol

 

Two Iowa State University undergraduates working with Ames Laboratory researchers were among the 23 ISU students who presented posters on their research at the Iowa State Capitol on March 9. Student Daniel Stoecklein, Lakeville, Minn., works with Ames Lab mentor physicist Ruslan Prozorov and Charles Fisher, Mount Auburn, works with Ames Lab scientist Scott Chumbley.

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Charles Fisher, Mount Auburn, materials engineering, Statistical analysis of toolmark striations, mentor Scott Chumbley, professor of materials science and engineering
Image Charles Fisher, Mount Auburn, materials engineering, Statistical analysis of toolmark striations, mentor Scott Chumbley, professor of materials science and engineering

For complete information on the poster presentations, go to the ISU News Service release (read more).

 

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