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NDIIF Virtual Town Hall Presentation

  The Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility has been embedded within the University of Notre Dame campus for over ten years working closely with students and faculty alike at the forefront of research to develop and explore critical questions that...
Image Award Winners

Imaging Award Winners

Each year the NDIIF recognizes excellence in imaging through publication as well as art.  Year after year our students continue to impress us with their hardwork, diligence, and research efforts.  Three awards are granted each year.  The awards are judged on the...
Smith Schrieber

Dye Boosts Bioimaging Capability

 Fluorescence imaging has been a boon to research and medicine because of its ability to examine affected areas noninvasively. But the dyes used for these purposes have their disadvantages, and as resolution needs have grown stronger, the stakes for accuracy...
Open For Business

NDIIF is OPEN for business

The NDIIF facilities have been working hard to prepare our instruments and spaces for reopening. We encourage all users to communicate directly with our staff and core directors as we move forward in our research efforts.  Below we have highlighted...
Sergei Rouvimov

NDIIF Mourns the Loss of a Renowned Scientist, Colleague, and Friend

  Dr Sergei Rouvimov, Associate Research Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Transmission Electron Microscopy Program Director for the Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility passed away on May 29, 2020 after battling ALS for over a year. Sergei...
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New Cardiovascular Research Study

With funding from the American Heart Association, Donny Hanjaya-Putra, assistant professor in the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and in the Bioengineering Graduate Program, will use biomaterials and stem cells to regenerate lymphatic vessels and study their potential for...
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Researchers to Develop Cancer Diagnostic

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame have received $2.9 million to develop a new diagnostic platform that could diagnose cancer in as little as three hours by using only one or two drops of blood.
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Infrared imaging technology takes a giant leap forward

A paper recently published in Scientific Reports shares that a research team from the University of Notre Dame has engineered a chip that allows thermal imaging with IR detectors. This new chip features unique properties not previously available with conventional...