Although Research ShowCASE is known for its hundreds of poster displays, the event also features interactive displays. The Case Western Reserve and local communities are invited to check them out during this year's event, which takes place Thursday, April 16, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Veale Convocation Center.
Go online for a full schedule of events.
"A record-number of researchers—more than 600—from Case Western Reserve University and its affiliates will celebrate a broad range of ground-breaking studies," says Cindy Barker, director of Research ShowCASE 2009, which is expected to draw several thousand people during the daylong event.
Of those hundreds, dozens will be interactive projects. Below are just a few that will be on display:
To view information about all presentations, use the Abstract Search tool on the Research ShowCASE Web site. The search tool allows a keyword search or advanced options to define a search. The tool can be used to map out your visit to ShowCASE prior to attending by locating presenters or research in your area of interest.
The event is free and open to the public. Online registration is requested.
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