• Validation of multiplex real-time PCR tests for intestinal parasites 

    Bian, Louis (2014-05-12)
    Introduction: Parasitic infections are one of the most common human infections around the world, especially in refugees. The current standard of diagnosis for parasitic infections is microscopy of stool specimens. However ...
  • Vector Spring 2014 

    University of Texas at Austin (Student Engineering Council, 2014-04-22)
    Vector is the student engineering magazine on campus. Published by the Student Engineering Council, Vector is completely written, managed, and designed by students for students. With issues dating back to 1971, the ...
  • Vector Winter 2012 

    University of Texas at Austin (Student Engineering Council, 2015-02-19)
    Vector is the student engineering magazine on campus. Published by the Student Engineering Council, Vector is completely written, managed, and designed by students for students. With issues dating back to ...
  • Vector, Winter 2013 

    University of Texas at Austin (Student Engineering Council, 2014-04-22)
    Vector is the student engineering magazine on campus. Published by the Student Engineering Council, Vector is completely written, managed, and designed by students for students. With issues dating back to 1971, the ...
  • Vetor, Fall 2013 

    University of Texas at Austin (Student Engineering Council, 2014-04-22)
    Vector is the student engineering magazine on campus. Published by the Student Engineering Council, Vector is completely written, managed, and designed by students for students. With issues dating back to 1971, the ...
  • Viability of sawdust briquettes for rural Ghana 

    Mohedas, Ibrahim (2014-08-22)
    The growing demand for solid fuels in the developing world has begun to place enormous pressure on natural resources with an especially heavy toll on the forests of sub-Saharan Africa. The main energy sources for much of ...
  • Virtual drug screening of potential and novel inhibitors of Escherichia coli dihydrofolate reductase 

    Nguyen, Adam Van (2012-05-03)
    Dihydrofolate Reductase (DHFR) is a major drug target because it is an enzyme that acts in a reaction mechanism to help produce tetrahydrofolic acid, which is then used by all cells to synthesize DNA precursors. The ...
  • Visible effects of affirmative action: An analysis of print media in Brazil 

    Wang, Julia (2014-05-15)
    In 2004, University of Brasília was the first federal university to enact racial quotas into their admissions policy. This was a significant and progressive move by Brazil, after it had labeled itself a racial democracy ...
  • Visible effects of affirmative action: An analysis of print media in Brazil 

    Wang, Julia (2014-05-15)
    In 2004, University of Brasília was the first federal university to enact racial quotas into their admissions policy. This was a significant and progressive move by Brazil, after it had labeled itself a racial democracy ...
  • Voting in the Texas Legislature compared to the U.S. Congress 

    Hung, Daniel (2012-05-02)
    What variables affect the way Texas State Representatives vote? Studies have shown that campaign contributions to members of the U.S. Congress do not necessarily affect the way they vote. This study examines whether this ...
  • What can Othello Teach About Jealousy and its Psychology? 

    Balderrama, Estevan (2014-01-27)
  • What Do Questions Asked by Members of Congress Tell Us? Four Case Studies of Select Committees in the U.S. House 

    Huncharek, Cyrus
    The House of Representatives Rules specify a procedure for questioning witnesses in congressional hearings. However, the rules are vague and open ended and thus representatives have a large amount of freedom when questioning ...
  • What makes Bright a proto-oncogene? 

    Mathur, Shawn (2011-09-02)
    Cancer is now the second leading cause of death in the developed world and accounts for 1 out of every 4 deaths in the US (American Cancer Society). The fundamental defect of cancer is unregulated cell division. One way ...
  • "What role will you play?" Exploring metaphors for work in Teach For America narratives 

    Jackson, Taylor (2012-05-01)
    This thematic analysis examines stories written by Teach For America corps members about their experiences teaching in low-income school districts across the United States. The data were collected from the personal blogs ...
  • When expectation does not meet reality: Discordant childbirth narratives among Austin-area women 

    Guidorzi, Brianna (2013-05-09)
    Women’s experiences of childbirth are easily accessible: they are found aplenty in commercial bookstores, the pages of scholarly articles in nearly every academic discipline, and, perhaps most interestingly, at the dinner ...
  • When is a graph knotted? 

    Bernstein, Gilbert (2011-09-02)
    Knot theory, as traditionally studied, asks whether or not a loop of string is knotted. That is, can we deform the loop in question into a circle without cutting or breaking it. In this thesis, I take a less traditional ...
  • Women's and Gender Studies in Review across Disciplines 

    University of Texas at Austin (2011-05-11)
    Table of Contents: REVIEWS -- Wonder Woman: The Complete First Season produced by Stanley Ralph Ross and Douglas S. Cramer, starring Lynda Carter (DVD) / by Audra Rouse (p. 6-9) -- Locas: The Maggie and Hopey Stories by ...