Taylor presents research at capitol
Hannah Taylor of Mt. Pleasant was one of 20 undergraduate students from the University of Iowa who participated in a “Research in the Capitol” activity on March 26 at the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines.
The annual spring event invites students from the honors program at each of Iowa’s three regents institutions — UI, Iowa State University, and the University of Northern Iowa — to display research undertaken with the help of faculty mentors in a poster session. Students share specifics of their work with state officials and reporters while discussing the educational and career value of research, as well as its contribution to the state.
Taylor’s presentation was titled “Embedded Electronics for a Mussel-Based Biological Sensor.”