13th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium Saturday, April 6th 2019 Over the last twelve years, College of Science & Health at William Paterson University has provided a forum for undergraduates to present their original research to their peers and professors. This event provides students with essential research experience for a career in the sciences or science-related fields. The conference focuses on sharing and advancing new knowledge in the sciences that were created or discovered through collaborative faculty-student research. The format of this year's meeting will include morning and afternoon poster sessions. All aspects of biology and chemistry research is considered for presentation. Special emphasis is placed on the research covering: Physiology, Cell & Molecular Biology, Genetics, Environmental Science, Ecology & Evolution in biology and Biochemistry, Nanochemistry, General & Material Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic & Bioanalytical Chemistry, Computational & Physical Chemistry in the area of chemistry . Posters will be judged and awarded 1st and 2nd place in all the categories. All abstracts will be published in Symposium Proceedings. We look forward to welcome you at WPU hear about your research accomplishments. For further details, please contact Dr. Jaishri Menon, firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 973-720-2795 for biology related information and Dr. Bhanu P. S. Chauhan, (email@example.com) for chemistry related information. Check out the following details of past year’s (2018 meeting) from the website: Title of all the abstracts from 2018 meeting List of awardees Selected photos Both Abstract submission and registration must be completed by March 20th 2019. Registration must be completed online at: REGISTRATION » We are very excited to offer this opportunity to all undergraduates in this area and looking forward to seeing you at the meeting.Abstracts should be submitted as Microsoft Word attachment to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Hosted by: Department of Biology, Department of Chemistry, College of Science & Health, William Paterson University.