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first day we actually got the computer to run the solution was a good day."

Two students working with Marshall chemistry professor Michael Norton may expand Schreiber's project, she says.

After she graduated from Huntington High School, Schreiber worked with Norton on a robotics product that would prepare samples for cultural analysis. "The REU was more of a biological experience and increased my interest in that direction."

She will begin her undergraduate research at Virginia Tech during her next summer semester and has added a fifth year to her studies at Virginia Tech in order to expand her research experience.

Schreiber's and Norton's poster, "Building a PCR machine: Chemistry in context (CHED 725)," will be presented at the Analytical Chemistry Undergraduate Research Poster Session, 2 to 4 p.m., Monday, March 29, in Anaheim Convention Center Hall A as part of the Division of Chemical Education program.


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Contact: Susan Trulove
strulove@vt.edu
540-231-5646
Virginia Tech
29-Mar-2004


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