A-State Students Present Research Posters at State Capitol
DISCUSSING SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH – Benjamin Eckerson (center) of Little Rock and Cameron Nolan (right) of Trumann, engineering majors at Arkansas State University, visit with State Sen. David Burnett (left) of Osceola and Dr. Charles L. Welch, ASU System president, after discussing their research poster on "Efficiency Improvement of Vanadium Redox Flow Battery for Renewable Power Plant Applications. They presented the poster during the "STEM Posters at the Capitol” event at the State Capitol in Little Rock. They were among the 11 A-State students who presented their work to legislators and other state officials as part of an initiative to promote understanding and participation in the STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). A-State was one of 15 participating institutions.
Belina Santos of Trumann visits with State Sen. David Burnett of Osceola after discussing her research poster, "Nonregular Robust Parameter Designs and Applications to Scientific and Engineering Processes" during "STEM Posters at the Capitol.” Santos is a mathematics major.
Alyssa Caparas of Jonesboro discusses her research poster, "A Therapeutic Compound Produced in Plants for Improving Aquaculture Fish Health" during "STEM Posters at the Capitol.”
Caparas is a biology major.
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