Uma Ramasamy, 25, left, a UC Merced doctoral student studying tribology, adjusts a tribometer, which measures friction, with the help of Ashlie Martini, associate professor in the School of Engineering, inside Science and Engineering Building 2.
Uma Ramasamy, 25, left, a UC Merced doctoral student studying tribology, adjusts a tribometer, which measures friction, with the help of Ashlie Martini, associate professor in the School of Engineering, inside Science and Engineering Building 2. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com
Uma Ramasamy, 25, left, a UC Merced doctoral student studying tribology, adjusts a tribometer, which measures friction, with the help of Ashlie Martini, associate professor in the School of Engineering, inside Science and Engineering Building 2. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com

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