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The Achieve Scholars Program is funded through a Department of Education Title III grant, and is administered through the Office of Undergraduate Research at Cal Poly Pomona (OUR-CPP). The documents presented in this collection represent final reports, projects, posters, etc. from Achieve Scholars. The collection can be browsed by the name of the author.

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Achieve Scholars Program
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Building 1, Room 110
3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona CA 91768
Email: our-cpp@cpp.edu

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  • Walz, Eric; Owolabi, Tunji (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2016-03-04)
    Accelerometers are the ideal sensor for monitoring the structural responses of stresses because of the sensor's ability to measure static and dynamic accelerations and to provide instant and accurate data, which allows ...
  • Thomas, Christopher; Osorio, Stephanie; Mui, Christian (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2016-03-04)
    The dependability and shortage of clean drinking water has been a principal concern for many countries around the world. The current impact of California's severe drought and droughts around the world has left us seeking ...
  • Rivas, Jesus; Bonilla, Tomas; Pham, Tu; Nguyen, Emmy; Nguyen, Thu; Nunez, Desiree; Leal, Brian; Paredes, Alex (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2014-03-07)
    Surface modification using nanoparticles is an effective and useful way to improve powder properties that may be used in different industries. The study conducted used a magnetically assisted impaction coating machine ...
  • Miller, Jeffrey; Goebel, Alexis; Lee, Matthew (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 2014-03-07)
    It is estimated that 90% of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) in research and development are insoluble or partially soluble in water. Due to poor solubility, these APIs exhibit poor bioavailability in solid dosage ...