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Improved Laboratory Safety through the Development of Homo Coprophagus Somnambulus Management Tools

Funds $125 Freshmen: 5. Improved Laboratory Safety through the Development of Homo Coprophagus Somnambulus Management Tools. Anthony Butterfield tony.butterfield@utah.edu . Project Summary:. C onduct research on mitigating zombie infestations within our projects laboratory.

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Improved Laboratory Safety through the Development of Homo Coprophagus Somnambulus Management Tools

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  1. Funds $125 Freshmen: 5 ImprovedLaboratory Safety through the Development ofHomo CoprophagusSomnambulusManagement Tools Anthony Butterfield tony.butterfield@utah.edu Project Summary: • Conduct research on mitigating zombie infestations within our projects laboratory. • Develop new analytical equipment and collect database on zombie properties. • Develop and validate novel zombie pacification devices. Project Impact: • Remedy one of the top 5 causes of death within our projects laboratory. • Develop a life and cost-saving zombie database, SOP, preparedness kit. • Our students gain marketable undead management skills. Proposed Targets: Prevent Deaths, Equipment Damage, & Litigation Resulting from Zombie Apocalypse

  2. Funds $125 Freshmen: 5 Vital Project Info Descriptive Project Title ImprovedLaboratory Safety through the Development ofHomo CoprophagusSomnambulusManagement Tools Anthony Butterfield tony.butterfield@utah.edu Project Summary: • Conduct research on mitigating zombie infestations within our projects laboratory. • Develop new analytical equipment and collect database on zombie properties. • Develop and validate novel zombie pacification devices. Short description of entire proposed project Project Impact: • Remedy one of the top 5 causes of death within our projects laboratory. • Develop a life and cost-saving zombie database, SOP, preparedness kit. • Our students gain marketable undead management skills. Short description of what audience will get for their support. Right half left for easy-to-digest visual depiction of work. Proposed Targets: Measurable, quantifiable outcomes. Short central idea of the work Prevent Deaths, Equipment Damage, & Litigation Resulting from Zombie Apocalypse

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