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Dissertations and theses in the University Digital Conservancy comprise the official, approved version of these works. The dissertations and theses in the Digital Conservancy are submitted through the Graduate School in accordance with University standards. Works contributed to the Conservancy serve as a permanent University of Minnesota record of graduate student scholarship. Electronic submission of dissertations to the Digital Conservancy date from 2007. Master's Plan A theses date from 2009.

Online availability of earlier dissertations and theses include a majority of works completed prior to 1923 as well as works made available by individual alumni. Earlier dissertations and theses may be accessed onsite in paper form, or through interlibrary loan, or through the online Digital Dissertations database. Check the University Libraries catalog for holdings information or contact the University of Minnesota Archives for these earlier works. For more information, please see the FAQ on Master's Theses and Dissertations.

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Loss of Class II HDAC10 Expression on Osteoclastogenesis

Spencer, Ekaterina (2017-07)
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A Multicore Neuromorphic Chip Design Using Multilevel Synapses in 65nm Standard CMOS Technology

Tagare, Deepak Kumar (2015-06)
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Alwan, Fatima (2017-07)
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Effects of Vegetation-Sediment Interactions on the Morphological Evolution of Coarse-Bedded Rivers: Results from Flume Experiments

Batts, Virginia (2017-07)
Laboratory experiments over the past two decades have demonstrated the crucial role of vegetation in determining the morphological characteristics of river channels. Through a series of flume experiments, this research ...

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