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  • Mackesey, Thomas William 

    Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 1976)
    Memorial Statement for Professor Thomas William Mackesey who died in 1976. The memorial statements contained herein were prepared by the Office of the Dean of the University Faculty of Cornell University to honor its faculty ...
  • Mackey, Charles Osborn 

    Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 1965)
    Memorial Statement for Professor Charles Osborn Mackey who died in 1965. The memorial statements contained herein were prepared by the Office of the Dean of the University Faculty of Cornell University to honor its faculty ...
  • Macleod, Robert Brodie 

    Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 1972)
    Memorial Statement for Professor Robert Brodie MacLeod who died in 1972. The memorial statements contained herein were prepared by the Office of the Dean of the University Faculty of Cornell University to honor its faculty ...
  • Macmillan, Allister M. 

    Cornell University, Office of the Dean of the University Faculty (Cornell University, 1958)
    Memorial Statement for Professor Allister M. Macmillan, who died in 1958. The memorial statements contained herein were prepared by the Office of the Dean of the University Faculty of Cornell University to honor its faculty ...
  • A Macroeconometric Model For Thailand With Welfare Linkages: Analyses Of Selected Policies In Response To Energy Price Increases 

    Sukchotrat, Warong (2011-01-31)
    This dissertation uses the data from 1993 to 2004 to demonstrate the effects of the increase in petroleum price on the general economy of Thailand and their linkage with aspects of welfare. It also evaluates the effectiveness ...
  • Macroevolutionary Patterns In The New Zealand Cenozoic Turritellid Genera Zeacolpus And Stiracolpus (Gastropoda: Turritellidae) 

    Smith, Ursula (2011-01-31)
    Gastropods have traditionally been extremely hard to construct phylogenetic relationships for because of the lack of easily coded morphological characters in their hard-parts. Many gastropod groups, such as the turritellids, ...
  • Macroinvertebrate colonization of invasive Fallopia x bohemica leaf litter in a temperate stream 

    Kates, Norah (2007-06-26)
    We compared macroinvertebrate communities on leaf packs made of recently senesced leaves of native Quercus and Acer, and invasive Fallopia x bohemica. Leaf packs were left in Cascadilla Creek, a third-order temperate ...
  • Macrophages, Oscillators And Fish: Using Dynamical Systems To Examine Biological Problems 

    Childs, Lauren (2010-08-05)
    Dynamical systems techniques are used to examines three biological questions including macrophage activation, coupled oscillators and decision making in fish schools. Macrophages are fundamental cells of the innate immune ...
  • Macroscopic modeling of quantum effects in semiconductor devices 

    Narayanan, Venkatasubramanian (2006-05-04)
    This dissertation explores the use of macroscopic quantum hydrodynamic (QHD) models as tools for investigating the transport of charge carriers in semiconductor devices in the regime where quantum effects are important. ...
  • Made In Lesotho: Examining Variation In Workers' Perceptions Of Labour Standards Compliance In Lesotho'S Clothing Industry 

    Pike, Kelly (2014-01-27)
    In this dissertation, I conduct a comparison of workers' perceptions of labour standards compliance in two global value chains in Lesotho's clothing industry, and show how ownership nationality and end market influence ...
  • The Maestro Group Manager: A Structuring Tool For Applications WithMultiple Quality of Service Requirements 

    Birman, Ken; Friedman, Roy; Hayden, Mark (Cornell University, 1997-02)
    {\em Maestro} is a tool for managing sets of protocol stacks that satisfy varied quality of service or security requirements. Intended primarily for multimedia groupware settings, it permits a single application to efficiently ...
  • Mag Etic Fields 

    Andere, Jones (2010-04-09)
    In this thesis we explore the effect of applying a static magnetic field on the development of both the electrified jet and the whipping instability during electrospinning. The effect that viscosity, volumetric flow, ...
  • Magazine Covers and the 2008 Election: Fair or "Obamanation?" 

    Milliken, Hannah (2008-12-11)
    Hello everybody, My name is Hannah Milliken and this is a project I made for my English 2880 class at Cornell. I was raised in a pretty conservative home in Orange County, CA, and I always figured that when my first ...
  • Magnesium Boron Oxide Tunnel Barriers 

    Read, John (2009-08-19)
    In this dissertation I investigate the materials physics of thin ?lm growth processes for magnetic tunnel junctions (MTJs) and Josephson junctions (JJs). The studies I present focus primarily on the chemical, electronic, ...
  • Magnetic Control of Micro-Magnetic Beads With Attached Enzymes And Catalyst 

    Bhagwandas, Vishal (2014-01-10)
    The development of magnetic beads in recent years has allowed for manipulation and transport of bio molecules which are attached to the magnetic beads. By attaching enzymes to the magnetic micro beads, they can be used in ...
  • Magnetic Properties Of Nanoscale Conductors 

    Adam, Shaffique (2006-04-26)
    This doctoral dissertation examines some magnetic properties of nanoscale conductors. It comprises two classes of problems, namely, the response of closed nanoscopic systems to an external magnetic field, and the ...
  • Magnetic resonance imaging of presumptive diskospondylitis with paravertebral involvement in a 4 year old English Bulldog 

    Sullivan, Cherese (2009-11-18)
    "Bella", a four year old intact female English Bulldog presented to the Neurology Service at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals with severe acute onset back pain and difficulty walking. Neurologic examination ...
  • Magnetic Resonance Induced Heating in a Vascular Stent 

    Chaudhury, Ankur; Khasnavis, Siddharth; Russell, Matthew; Sarathy, Vijay (2007-07-10)
    It is standard hospital practice to remove metallic objects from patients prior to MRIs. Since magnetic resonance imaging employs changing magnetic fields, even everyday items such as jewelry or keys run the risk of ...
  • Magnetism and Magnetotransport in Complex Oxide Thin Film Heterostructures 

    Chopdekar, Rajesh (2008-09-18)
    The nature of magnetism at thin film surfaces and interfaces is not yet fully understood, yet it is quite important for both fundamental studies and technological applications. In this dissertation, I present a study of ...
  • Magnetism in Coaxial Palladium Nanowires 

    Stewart, Derek (American Institute of Physics, 2007-03-21)
    While bulk palladium is non-magnetic, several recent studies have shown that magnetism can occur in hcp Pd films, fcc twinned Pd nanoparticles, and Pd atomic strands. These studies show that small changes in Pd atomic ...