HU grad student publishes Biotech research
Harrisburg University graduate student, Kariah Crosby, a Biotechnoloy major, had her internship research article published this past week in a scholarly journal.
Crosby, who is set to graduate this summer, had her research article, “Critical evaluation of the interaction of special proteins with human stratum corneum via terahertz scanning reflectometry and spectrometry,” published by Prnano.com, the official journal of CLINAM.
Crosby, who earned her undergraduate degree in Biotechnology, is set to graduate with a Master of Science degree in Biotechnology this summer.
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