Reilly Center Mini-Grant Update – March 2017 This research was made possible by a grant submitted to the Reilly Center from GLOBES students Teresa Baumer and Luke Saderski.
Sylwia Ptasinska has joined the editorial board of Plasma – open access journal, which is published quarterly online by MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute).
On Saturday, March 25 from 8:30 – 9:30 PM, Notre Dame will once again participate in Earth Hour by turning off the lights on the Golden Dome and the Word of Life Mural on Hesburgh library.
Nine University of Notre Dame graduate students will compete for prize money while attempting to explain their research in three minutes during the third annual Shaheen Three Minute Thesis competition on March 27.
Notre Dame Research has provided eight researchers or research groups from three Colleges and Schools with awards from the Equipment Restoration and Renewal (ERR) grant program for 2017.
Small ubiquitin-like modifier (SUMO) proteins are small peptides that get added on to other proteins to regulate their activity. While SUMO has many regulatory roles in cells, it is especially important for controlling gene expression during early development. Just a...
GLOBES students Becca Love and Quirine ten Bosch are part of a new vanguard of Ph.D. recipients armed with cross-cutting training and a deep knowledge of life science to enable them to understand and battle infectious disease in the developing...
Tony Kramer and Sam Chippas, seniors at Marian High School, combined their interests in electrical engineering and computer science to develop a robotics project for the March 4 Northern Indiana Regional Science and Engineering Fair (NIREF) at Notre Dame. ...
Researchers at the University of Notre Dame are active in many areas of modern electronics research, including materials, devices, architectures, and systems.
Have you or someone you know been directly or indirectly affected by cancer? Unfortunately, for many of us, the answer is yes. And in those situations, we often feel a sense of helplessness. Have you ever wanted to help but...
Notre Dame is installing a $40 million geothermal system across campus as part of its overall plan to take advantage of a renewable source of energy to help heat and cool campus buildings.
For the first time, the World Health Organization (WHO) published a list of “priority pathogens” which constitute a current and extreme threat to human health. WHO is seeking to promote new efforts in the discovery and development of new antibiotics...
Notre Dame’s Warren Family Research Center for Drug Discovery and Development is focusing on collaboration as it continues a rich history in therapeutic discovery.
The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute (IBRI) today will open its first satellite location at Innovation Park on the campus of the University of Notre Dame.
Department of Biological Sciences Professor Edwin Michael is on the cutting edge of an initiative to address the sociology of neglected tropical disease transmission.
Rare Disease Day takes place annually on the last day of February. Its goal is to raise awareness amongst the general public and policy-makers. Global Genes maintains the RARE List™ of 7,000 rare diseases defined in the United States where...
Within the University of Notre Dame’s College of Engineering, researchers are focusing on developing tools that can advance deep understanding of research problems through high performance multi physics and multi scale predictive computations.
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.
The facility combines a state-of-the-art teaching space, flexible and open “innovation space,” two conference rooms, an office and access to a larger conference room and a break area.
This is a vital step toward developing new forms of biorobotics and novel treatment approaches for muscle-related health problems such as muscular degenerative disorders, arrhythmia and limb loss.