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  • Ostrander, Sarah (University of Bridgeport, 2020-05-14)
    Oral disease continues to be a significant issue across the United States and throughout the world. Oral disease is multifactorial and links to general health. Poor oral hygiene is associated with a lack of education and ...
  • Zapata-Roldan, Felipe (2020-05-13)
    Organizations develop different methodologies for product creation, customization, and improvement. Over time the best-known methods and practices are established and standardized for new product development. An operational ...
  • London, Jeffrey O. (2020-05-13)
    African-American high-tech enterprises and innovation are underrepresented in the economy and industrial sector, in comparison to other types of ownership. Understanding the causal relationship underlying an enterprise’s ...
  • Alattas, Reem; Patel, Sarosh; Sobh, Tarek M. (Springer, 2018-07-16)
    This paper surveys various applications of artificial evolution in the field of modular robots. Evolutionary robotics aims to design autonomous adaptive robots automatically that can evolve to accomplish a specific task ...
  • Jeong, Sanghwa; Pinals, Rebecca L.; Dharmadhikari, Bhushan; Song, Hayong; Kalluri, Ankarao; Debnath, Debika; Wu, Qi; Ham, Moon-ho; Patra, Prabir; Landry, Markita P. (Nature, 2020-12-01)
    Graphene quantum dots (GQDs) are an allotrope of carbon with a planar surface amenable to functionalization and nanoscale dimensions that confer photoluminescence. Collectively, these properties render GQDs an advantageous ...

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