Jenna Sins presenting a poster of her undergraduate research on capturing microbial signatures in the air using drones.
Gannon University students recently won first place in their undergraduate poster presentation category at the 18th Annual Regional Science Consortium held at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center at Presque Isle, from Nov 2-4.
Jenna Sins (pictured above) presented her research project on NIMBUS, a Gannon-constructed drone platform that captures microbial signatures in the air.
Other undergraduate students who contributed significantly to the NIMBUS project include John Vieira, Timothy Edwards, and Landen Mayher. For more information on the venue, please visit them here.