Sullivan Stewart, sophomore in industrial engineering, was one of the students picked by his professor to present his research at the eighth annual Undergraduate Research Symposium at the Memorial Union on April 15. Stewart’s research centered on finding a repeatable process to create “tissue engineered scaffolds” that would allow cartilage to grow outside of the body.
IE student presents research at Undergraduate Research Symposium
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