College of Computer, Mathematical & Natural Sciences
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Effective October 4, 2010, the University established the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences (CMNS) by integrating the former colleges of Chemical and Life Sciences (CLFS) and Computer Mathematical and Physical Sciences (CMPS).
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CHARACTERIZATION OF THE EUKARYOTIC TRANSLATION INITIATION FACTOR 4E (eIF4E) FAMILY MEMBERS IN THE ZEBRAFISH (Danio rerio) (2015)The present study examines the six eIF4E cognates in zebrafish. In addition to the prototypical translation initiation factor eIF4E, eukaryotes have evolved eIF4E variants with distinct characteristics, some of which ...
The Effect of Hurricane Sandy on New Jersey Atlantic Coastal Marshes Evaluated with Satellite Imagery (2015)Hurricane Sandy, one of several large extratropical hurricanes to impact New Jersey since 1900, produced some of the most extensive coastal destruction within the last fifty years. Though the damage to barrier islands from ...
Monitoring levels of dissolved methane and metals in Maryland streams overlying the Marcellus Shale prior to hydraulic fracturing (2015)In western Maryland above the Marcellus Shale, 25 streams were monitored for baseline concentrations of dissolved CH4, Sr2+, and Ba2+, constituents that may be affected by fracking activity. Migrated shale CH4 may intrude ...
Effects of Phragmites australis (Common Reed) Invasion on Nitrogen Cycling, Porewater Chemistry and Vegetation Structure in a Brackish Tidal Marsh of the Rhode River, Maryland (2015)Phragmites australis is one of the most widespread invasive species in wetland habitats of North America. Conversion of existing wetland ecosystems to Phragmites-dominated communities decreases overall plant diversity and ...
Creating Localized Amyloid Nucleation of Silk-Elastin-Like Peptide Polymer Using Atomic Force Microscopy (2015)Research into amyloids was initially motivated by pathogenic amyloids involved in disease states such as Alzheimer's; however, new research implicates small oliogmeric species and not the mature fibers. This lack of toxicity ...