Notre Dame plans to add 15 new faculty positions in its recently established Technology Ethics Center, which aims to address the increasingly complex and continuously evolving ethical and policy questions related to the impact of technology on society and individuals.
Using a new technique that can identify genetic profiles of individual cells, University of Notre Dame researchers modeled a breast cancer tumor’s potential resistance to a drug, and then identified a drug combination that reversed that resistance.
The Jefferson Science Fellowship Program is designed to further build capacity for science, technology and engineering expertise with the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
A new study from the University of Notre Dame has shown that synaptic vesicles are utilized much earlier than previously thought for the formation of the spinal cord during early development.
With funding from the American Heart Association, Notre Dame researchers will use biomaterials and stem cells to regenerate lymphatic vessels and study their potential for therapeutic applications.
Many University of Notre Dame science students stayed on campus this summer to do research to investigate topics as diverse as neuroscience, astronomy, and the causes and treatment of disease.
University of Notre Dame students traveled around the country this summer to participate in research in medicine, chemistry, and beyond.
Alumni Association launches ThinkND, online learning community featuring videos, podcasts, articles and courses
ThinkND features free videos, podcasts, articles and courses delivered by Notre Dame faculty and experts and curated by the Alumni Association in one convenient location.
The Voice of the Patient report, presented to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, biopharmaceutical companies and other stakeholders, amplifies the voices of families and patients living with NPC — voices not always heard in the therapy development process.
The four United States Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt IIs from Ft. Wayne, Indiana, will perform a ceremonial flyover during the pre-game activities of the Notre Dame and New Mexico football game Saturday (Sept. 14).
Prof. Marya Lieberman was selected to give the Eminent Scientist Lecture at the American Chemical Society National Meeting Core Student Program on August 26, 2019.
Leading quantitative social science researcher from the University of Glasgow, Brian Fogarty, has been named the new director of the Center for Social Science Research within the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Research Computing.
In this recently published book, Faith and Science at Notre Dame: John Zahm, Evolution, and the Catholic Church, John P. Slattery tells a new and fuller story of the Rev. John Augustine Zahm, C.S.C., (1851–1921) and his quest to prove the compatibility of late nineteenth-century evolutionary science and Roman Catholicism.
After successfully achieving “first light,” capturing a beam of starlight filtered through the telescope’s adaptive optics system, the team discovered what was thought to be a singular star was actually a previously unidentified binary star system.
Three Indiana research universities to collaborate with industry to solve critical measurement science challenges in new NSF-funded center
Powering everything from the development of new drugs and medical devices to the detection of dangerous chemicals, measurement science is a multi-billion-dollar industry that is key to both U.S. and international economies. With a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), researchers from the University of Notre Dame, Indiana University,...
The new program honors graduates ages 32 and younger in recognition of their significant contributions and extraordinary dedication to making a difference.
“I witnessed some caregivers who were wonderful and some who were much less skilled with people,” said Vachon, now the John G. Sheedy, M.D., Director of the Ruth M. Hillebrand Center for Compassionate Care in Medicine. Vachon’s upcoming book, How Doctors Care: The Science of Compassion and Balanced Caring in...
Starting Monday, September 9, Notre Dame International is hosting a series of events to help connect students with resources and information on study abroad opportunities around the world.
The 13th annual Notre Dame Energy Week will provide educational events focused on the latest topics and issues in sustainable energy. Coordinated by ND Energy’s Student Energy Board, Energy Week kicks off Monday, Sept. 9, and runs through Friday, Sept. 13, with various activities for students, faculty, staff, and the...
Assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and the Eck Institute for Global Health Cristian Koepfli researches carriers of malaria, who may transmit one of the world's deadliest diseases without even knowing they have the tricky-to-detect parasite.
New collaboration led by Notre Dame leverages Data Revolution to solve current challenges in chemistry
Olaf Wiest, professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, will direct The Center for Computer-Assisted Synthesis (C-CAS). “This will significantly accelerate progress in drug discovery and materials science where such molecules are critical to fundamental research,” Wiest said.