UA Theses and Dissertations31495
More than 24,000 theses and dissertations produced at the University of Arizona are included in the UA Theses and Dissertations collections. These items are available open access, and are full-text searchable. A small percentage of items are under embargo.
We are currently working on digitizing the entire backfile of master's theses and doctoral dissertations that have been submitted to the University of Arizona Libraries - since 1895!
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- New Approaches to Stabilize Black Lipid Membranes - Towards Ion Channel Functionalized Detectors for Capillary Separations
- Electronic Structure and Dynamics at Organic Semiconductor / Inorganic Semiconductor Interfaces
- Attachment, Self-disclosure, and New Technologies: Investigating the Connection between Attachment and Self-Disclosure Across Different Communication Technologies
- Characterization and Molecular Targeting of a Mechanosensor Mechanism Controlled By the G-Quadruplex/I-Motif Molecular Switch in the MYC Promoter NHE III₁
- The house cross of the Mayo Indians of Sonora, Mexico; a symbol in ethnic identity