Making the Modern Tomato By Annika Peterson For many Midwesterners, devouring delicious tomatoes that ripen near the end of the summer is a highlight of the year. There are endless ways to enjoy summer’s bounty, from elaborate dishes to just some salt and pepper embellishment. [...]
Tired of Being Tired? By Teja Karimikonda They say that eight hours of sleep each night is the commonly accepted parameter of a good night’s sleep; however, most students would agree that this statement is more of a dream than a reality. Many students stay [...]
Nanoparticles: small particles; big potential By Meng Lou The apple has classically served as an embodiment of health and prosperity. Many wonder why the Greek Goddesses Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite fought so tenaciously over such a token? However, where there is a virtue there is [...]
The Science Behind Gender Identity By Alina Dillahunt Recently, U.S. politicians in 16 states have proposed bills governing which bathroom transgender individuals are allowed to use. All attempted bills have failed and been met with great opposition. North Carolina’s legislature managed to pass a piece [...]
2017 Olmsted County Economic Indicator Report By Aron Mozes INTRODUCTION The 2017 Olmsted County Economic Indicator Report provides an introductory analysis of the economic state of Olmsted County in Southeastern Minnesota. This report attempts to illustrate the strengths and weaknesses of the Olmsted County economy and compare [...]
The Gibbs Paradox - Towards an axiomatic approach By Aniket Sudeep Dalvi and Chinmaya Bhargava ABSTRACT We discuss the Gibbs Paradox in statistical mechanics from an axiomatic perspective. We begin by introducing the paradox to the reader and discussing some past attempts. We then discuss one attempt [...]
Mouse Tmem135 overexpression exhibits protein regulation causing chronic inflammation and fibrosis of the heart
Mouse Tmem135 overexpression exhibits protein regulation causing chronic inflammation and fibrosis of the heart By Erika Henningsen, Tetsuya Takimoto, Giangela Stokes, Sarah Lewis, and Akihiro Ikeda ABSTRACT The overexpression of mitochondrial transmembrane protein Tmem135 in mice causes mitochondrial dysfunction and fibrosis of the heart, but it is [...]
Comparison of Inhaled Corticosteroids, Mast Cell Stabilizing Agents, and Leukotriene Receptor Antagonists in the Treatment of Exercise – Induced Bronchoconstriction
Comparison of Inhaled Corticosteroids, Mast Cell Stabilizing Agents, and Leukotriene Receptor Antagonists in the Treatment of Exercise-Induced Bronchoconstriction A Meta-Analysis By Matthew Kuik, Tom Schneider, and Bryan Jackler ABSTRACT While many individuals suffer from asthma in their everyday lives, a significant number are misdiagnosed with this condition [...]
WUJA's Best Of Publication which was recently released features the best submission from its member journals. Sarah Di Bartolomeo's research Greater Parasitic Gregarine load in aquatic beetle larvae from polluted streams than pristine streams was featured from JUST's latest issue! Check out the publication here!
WUJA, or the Wisconsin Undergraduate Journal Association is a collaborative group of undergraduate publications in the Madison community that JUST is lucky enough to be a part of. Check out the article here!