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Webber named to class of 2017 emerging investigators

Webber named to class of 2017 emerging investigators

Biomaterials Science has named Matthew Webber, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering and director of the Supramolecular Engineering Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame, to its 2017 Class of Emerging Investigators.

Data Mining for Group Gold: New Study to Map How Committees Work

Data Mining for Group Gold: New Study to Map How Committees Work

Anyone who has served on a committee understands that coming to a consensus can be a lengthy and not altogether pleasant — or effective — process. This group decision-making process is what a team led by Notre Dame’s Tim Weninger will be studying as part of a recently awarded grant...

Researchers receive $2.9 million for 5-year monsoon study

Researchers receive $2.9 million for 5-year monsoon study

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame are at the forefront of a five-year study to measure oceanic and atmospheric conditions and flow patterns of monsoons across the Indian Ocean, in particular Bay of Bengal, to help improve predictive models.

Notre Dame continues to rank among most beautiful college campuses

Notre Dame continues to rank among most beautiful college campuses

With a crew of approximately 45 employees strong, Landscape Services maintains more than 1,250 acres of campus property by using several sustainable practices and plantings.  While they do spend a fair amount of time keeping the lawns treated and trimmed, they also have the responsibility of landscaping new and re-landscaping...

2017 Walther Cancer Foundation Grants Winners

2017 Walther Cancer Foundation Grants Winners

Congratulations to several researchers who have been awarded of the Walther Cancer Foundation Cancer Cure Venture (CCV) and Interdisciplinary Interface Training Program (IITP) grants for 2017.

Homemade Poison: Notre Dame Health Experts respond to Health Crisis

Homemade Poison: Notre Dame Health Experts respond to Health Crisis

Brittany Griffith and her husband, David, believed that buying their first house on the near northwest side of South Bend in 2012 marked a huge step toward the American dream. They have since learned that they live in a home and neighborhood with the highest levels of lead poisoning in Indiana....

Eck Institute for Global Health to study Zika in Belize

Eck Institute for Global Health to study Zika in Belize

The University has announced a collaboration with Mayo Clinic, the Belize Ministry of Health and the Belize Vector and Ecology Center aimed at strengthening the country’s ability to respond to Zika virus and other arboviruses.