2018 MRET Program

Are you interested in joining us for the 2018 MRET program? Application information will be available here in January, 2018.

To make sure you receive an email when applications become available, you can add your email here: http://www.gatorbaitlabs.com/k12-resources.html 

Potential future projects for Summer 2018 are:

  • Novel Materials for Engineering Nerves (Materials Science and Eng.), Faculty Mentor: Jennifer Andrew
  • Engineering Restoration Substrates to Rebuild Oyster Reefs (Environmental Eng. Sciences), Faculty Mentor: Christine Angelini
  • Investigation of Living Shapes with 3D Bioprinting (Mechanical & Aero Eng), Faculty Mentor: Thomas E. Angelini
  • Magnetic particles for biomedical applications (Biomedical and Materials Science & Engineering), Faculty Mentor: Jon Dobson
  • Eco-Hydrodynamics of Underwater Plants (Environmental Eng. Sciences), Faculty Mentor: David Kaplan
  • Mechanical effects on nucleus of cells (Chemical Engineering), Faculty Mentor: Tanmay Lele
  • Farm to Fork: Low-Cost Nanobiosensors for Monitoring Plant Health and Food Quality (Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences [IFAS]), Faculty Mentor: Eric S. McLamore
  • Building and Testing Tornado-Resilient Housing (Civil Engineering), Faculty Mentor: David Prevatt
  • Smart Sensors for Monitoring Coastal Bridges (Civil Engineering), Faculty Mentor: Jennifer Rice
  • Modeling Transport in the Brain (Mechanical and Aerospace Eng), Faculty Mentor: Malisa Sarntinoranont
  • Mechanics of biology and wound healing (Mechanical and Aerospace Eng), Faculty Mentor: Chelsey Simmons