Nanotechnology at ND
Research, the fundamental work that lays the foundation for game-changing innovations, takes time and dedication. It also requires cutting-edge equipment that requires funding.
Notre Dame researchers have been working to develop an improved test and have recently published a study on a new diagnostic method that uses gold nanoparticles.
A view of Stinson-Remick and the Golden Dome. Photo by Matt Cashore/Copyright University of Notre Dame.
33 University of Notre Dame students and alumni have recently received prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Awards and honorable mentions.
Megan Golden | April 1, 2017 The No. 12 University of Notre Dame women’s lacrosse team will hold their annual Daughters for Dads fundraiser at Noon ET on Sunday, when they host No. 2 North Carolina at Arlotta Stadium. The...
Department of Biological Sciences Professor Edwin Michael is on the cutting edge of an initiative to address the sociology of neglected tropical disease transmission.
In an effort to heed Pope Francis’ call to be better stewards of our shared Earth, Notre Dame has begun planning and installing several geothermal systems across campus.
Flourish3D is a startup company that provides crystal flora to florists and gift shops, with profits going toward research at the Harper Cancer Research Institute.
Proposed by Assistant Professor
The University of Notre Dame is continuing to expand its research collaborations with new partners, while also considering the needs of industry.