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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(2018)This dissertation describes chemical compositions and fundamental mechanisms of formation of solid electrolyte interphase (SEI) layers on a graphite anode and a microporous carbon/sulfur cathode. Direct analysis on the ...
(2018)DNA methylation is the best understood heritable gene regulatory mechanism that does not involve direct modification of DNA sequence itself. Cells with different methylation profiles (over temporal or micro-environmental ...
(2018)Context aware systems, to date, tend to fall into one of two categories: domain specific or generic across multiple domains. Domain specific systems are single-use instances – that is, establishing the ability to manage ...
A BIOPHYSICAL PERSPECTIVE ON COLLECTIVE CELL MIGRATION AND MATHEMATICAL MODELING IN PHYSICS FOR THE LIFE SCIENCES (2018)This dissertation pulls from the fields of physics, biology, and education to address novel problems both in current biological research on collective cell migration and in a reformed introductory physics for life science ...
(2018)Molecular level self-assembly processes are not only ubiquitous in living cells, but also widely applied in industry to synthesize and fabricate a variety of nanoscale biomaterials. The emergence of ordered aggregates from ...