JERSEY CITY – A recent New Jersey City University Student Science Showcase featured displays about the research and class projects completed by biology, chemistry, geoscience and physics majors. Among the students who participated were Taleia Darden of Woodbridge (left), a junior majoring in biology, and Karla Lieberman of Bayonne, a senior majoring in biology, who displayed “Study of Fischer Esterification,” a project they worked on with Rafael Garcia. Rob Maitner of Highland Park, a senior majoring in geology/geoscience, displayed both “Anthropogenic Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and its Effect Upon Ocean Acidification” and “Concretions in Sedimentary Rock Formations: The Cretaceous Raritan Formation.” Ibrahim Tadros of Bayone (right), a senior majoring in biology, displayed “Glutamatergic Signaling by Mesolimbic Dopamine Neurons in the Nucleus Accumbens.”
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