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    • Nagorno-Karabakh 

      Juarez, Christopher (2020-12-01)
      The work revolves around the recently "resolved" conflict that erupted in the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Armenia, (internationally recognized Azerbaijan), that ended in a Russia brokered cease fire.
    • Nanoalloy for Cancer Treatment 

      Betancourt, Alejandro Morales (2021-04-08)
    • Nanocurcumin-Loaded UCNPs for Cancer Theranostics: Physicochemical Properties, In Vitro Toxicity, and In Vivo Imaging Studies 

      Lakshmanan, Anbharasi; Akasov, Roman A.; Sholina, Natalya V.; Demina, Polina A.; Generalova, Alla N.; Gangadharan, Ajithkumar; Sardar, Dhiraj K.; Lankamsetty, Krishna Bharat; Khochenkov, Dmitry A.; Khaydukov, Evgeny V.; Gudkov, Sergey V.; Jayaraman, Manonmani; Jayaraman, Senthilselvan (2021-08-29)
      Formulation of promising anticancer herbal drug curcumin as a nanoscale-sized curcumin (nanocurcumin) improved its delivery to cells and organisms both in vitro and in vivo. We report on coupling nanocurcumin with upconversion ...
    • Nanomechanics and Ultrastructure of Bone: A Review 

      Maghsoudi-Ganjeh, Mohammad; Wang, Xiaodu; Zeng, Xiaowei (CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences;125(1), 11/1/2020)
      In this review, a brief presentation is first given to the hierarchical structure and mechanical behavior of bone. Then, the recent advancements in nanoscale characterization of bone ultrastructure and ingredients are ...
    • Nanotechnology as an Alternative to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19 

      Vazquez-Munoz, Roberto; Lopez-Ribot, Jose L. (7/27/2020)
      The current emerging COVID-19 pandemic has caused a global impact on every major aspect of our societies. It is known that SARS-Cov-2 can endure harsh environmental conditions for up to 72 h, which may contribute to its ...
    • Nature-Based Solutions and Real-Time Control: Challenges and Opportunities 

      Brasil, José; Macedo, Marina; Lago, César; Oliveira, Thalita; Júnior, Marcus; Oliveira, Tassiana; Mendiondo, Eduardo (2/28/2021)
      Nature-based solutions (NBS) as green infrastructures to urban drainage are an effective mitigation strategy both in terms of quantity and quality of runoff. Real-time control (RTC) can complement both flood mitigation and ...
    • Negotiating Patient-Provider Power Dynamics in Distinct Childbirth Settings: Insights from Black American Mothers 

      West, Rachel; Bartkowski, John P. (6/10/2019)
      Several studies have examined women’s perceptions and experiences of out-of-hospital births, that is, births that take place at home or in birthing centers overseen by midwives. However, White women have primarily ...
    • Network-Based Single-Cell RNA-Seq Data Imputation Enhances Cell Type Identification 

      Zand, Maryam; Ruan, Jianhua (3/31/2020)
      Single-cell RNA sequencing is a powerful technology for obtaining transcriptomes at single-cell resolutions. However, it suffers from dropout events (i.e., excess zero counts) since only a small fraction of transcripts get ...
    • Networking, Advocacy, and Outreach: Women in STEM Pop-Up Event at UTSA 

      Hayward, Matt (2018-07-20)
      It can be difficult to make connections with faculty, especially as a relatively new librarian. This year, for Women’s History Month, the University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries hosted a Pop Up Event to promote Women ...
    • Networks, cultures, and institutions: Toward a social immunology 

      Shattuck, Eric (Brain, Behavior, and Immunity - Health;, 2021-12)
      This paper calls for increased attention to the ways in which immune function – including its behavioral aspects – are responsive to social contexts at multiple levels. Psychoneuroimmunology has demonstrated that the ...
    • Neurological Abnormalities’ Impact on Crime and Behavior 

      Marr, Caleb (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;Volume 7, 2020-12)
      This study analyzes and discusses various types of neurological abnormalities and the ways in which they affect antisocial behavior and criminal propensity. It also explains how many of these abnormalities are caused and ...
    • The New Black Wall Street 

      Harris, Devall (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;Volume 7, 2020-12)
      Current studies on the racial wealth gap explores the origins of the problem and addresses it through the law. The paper provides an avenue to address the issue of racial wealth with the goal of providing insights for the ...
    • New Catalysts and Methods for Highly Enantioselective Metal Carbene Reactions 

      Doyle, Michael (Pure and Applied Chemistry;, 1998-01-01)
      Asymmetric catalysis of metal carbene transformations with unique chiral dirhodium(I1) carboxamidates provides highly enantioselective, diastereoselective, and regioselective syntheses of lactones and lactams via ...
    • A New Found Perspective 

      Uriegas, Ian (2021-02-11)
      The work is about a defining moment in my life and a defining moment in my mother's life.
    • New Mobility Study: Considerations for the UTSA Downtown Campus and Community 

      Alobaidli, Amina; Bastoni, Matthew; Eng, Genesis; Escalera-Ibarra, Veronica; Griffin, Greg; Hernandez, Christopher; Herrera, Jose Antonio; Malone, Justin; Nuri, Stori; Pena, Gilbert Jr.; Sestak, Jacob; Spencer, Eron (12/10/2019)
      This New Mobility Study addresses rapid technological changes in transportation and communication technology, tailored to the context of downtown San Antonio. Graduate students at the University of Texas at San Antonio in ...
    • No Regrets 

      Rush, Morgan (2020-11-30)
      We all know how terrible 2020 has been. Collectively it’s been tough world wide due to Covid. Personally I had my first heartbreak and have been dealing with it throughout the year. My work expresses my need to move on ...
    • Non-Destructive Testing Applications for Steel Bridges 

      Khedmatgozar Dolati, Seyed Saman; Caluk, Nerma; Mehrabi, Armin; Khedmatgozar Dolati, Seyed Sasan (10/19/2021)
      The growing population and increasing demand for surface transportation have highlighted the importance of maintaining safe and reliable civil infrastructures for daily use. Among all civil infrastructures, bridges are one ...
    • Non-g Factors Predict Educational and Occupational Criteria: More than g 

      Coyle, Thomas R. (9/7/2018)
      In a prior issue of the <i>Journal of Intelligence</i>, I argued that the most important scientific issue in intelligence research was to identify specific abilities with validity beyond <i>g</i> (i.e., variance common to ...
    • Nonverbal Immediacies: The Benefits of Nonverbal Immediacy Behaviors to Intimate Relationships 

      Gonzalez, Gabrielle (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;Volume 7, 2020-12)
      The purpose of this study is to determine if couples that are in longer relationships express nonverbal immediacy behaviors just as often as couples that are in shorter relationships do. Evidence of prior research regarding ...
    • Note from the Director 

      Balderrama, Darrell C. (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;Volume 7, 2020-12)