Biology 103
2001 Third Web Reports
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Biology, 2001

Students were expected, in lieu of midterm examinations, to select topics of interest to themselves and write a short paper based on exploration of materials available on the web. As elsewhere on Serendip, these are intended not as the final word on any topic but rather as expressions of the interests and perspectives of individuals and as windows to available information and perspectives available elsewhere.

Emi Arima A Healing Touch?
H.A. It's All In Your Head...Or Is It? The Workings of Hypochondriasis
Alexis Baird Where Did We Come From? An Exploration of Different Theories of Evolution
Millicent Bond Can We Get Too Clean?
Jessica Blucher Aspartame: Safe Sugar Substitute or Deadly Diet Aid?
Tua Chaudhuri Apnea, Insomnia and other Disorders That Keep you Up at Night
Jackie Chew Panic Attacks Why? How can we stop them?
Christy Cox Is this a dream?
Akudo Ejelonu Darwinism versus Creationism
Savithri Ekanayake The Material Nature of Spirituality
Katherine Fallon Just Call Me Chris/topher?: The Trouble With Ambiguous Genitalia
Ilyssa Fisher Malaria
Charlotte Ford Neurotheology: Which came first, God or the brain?
Claudia Ginanni Synesthesia and Everyday Perception
Jessica Kiefer The History and Importance of Informed Consent in Clinical Trials
Ariana Lamb Apitherapy
Samantha Manewitz CAM and the Medical Community
Rachel Moloshok Wolves, Wild, Again
Ilana Moyer "Kitchen Table" Prevention for HIV/AIDS
Caitlin O'Keefe Down Syndrome
Rianna Ouellette Seeing Red
Margaret PendzichFertility Drugs: Are they worth it?
Leah RaynerAlcohol Consumption: Losing a Sense of Self
Rebekah RosasSickle Cell Disease
Rebecca Roth Medical Marijuana
Sarah Sterling The Suicide Love Drug
Jennifer Trowbridge Asthma
Debbie Wang Should We Rethink Whether or Not HIV Causes Aids?
Joelle Webb Big City Dangers
Julie Wise Pingelap: Island of the Colorblind

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