Marie Lynn Miranda Researchers affiliated with the Children’s Environmental Health Initiative today published research in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
NSF Center for Computer-Assisted Synthesis at Notre Dame named Phase II Center for Chemical Innovation
Imagine a world where the power of chemistry is used in concert with machine learning to solve problems in healthcare, materials science, or energy research. Machine learning can accelerate the synthesis of molecules that hold the key to solving these problems by developing new and more efficient ways of making...
Only around 24 predoctoral to postdoctoral fellow transition awards (F99/K00) are awarded each year by the National Cancer Institute, a branch of the National Institutes of Health.
Editors with the American Chemical Society’s Environmental Science and Technology Letters (ES&T) selected the article,“Fluorinated Compounds in North American Cosmetics,” as one of the top five best papers in the journal.
The University of Notre Dame has signed a memorandum of understanding to establish the Midwest Regional Network to Address National Needs in Semiconductor and Microelectronics.
A key to potentially finding habitable planets rests in Nieuwland Hall of Science at the University of Notre Dame, after an extended journey.
During fiscal year 2022, researchers at the University of Notre Dame received $244 million in research award funding, surpassing the previous record of $222.7 million set in fiscal year 2021.
In a recent paper, Santiago-Tirado and his colleagues describe a gene they discovered that increases the chance for drug resistance in the fungi Cryptococcus neoformans.
An experimental drug created at the University of Notre Dame for diabetic foot ulcers, (R)-ND-336, also improved pressure ulcers, a new paper by Mayland Chang and Shahriar Mobashery has shown.
Citing the perseverance and extraordinary contributions by members of the University of Notre Dame community over the past two years, President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., today announced a historic $25 million commitment to increase the base compensation for eligible hourly and salary University staff, faculty and student workers.
Six researchers, including one in the College of Science, at the University of Notre Dame have received the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) most prestigious award for early career researchers. Since 2014, Notre Dame faculty have earned 61 of these nationally competitive awards.
A recent paper in Nature Neuroscience by University of Notre Dame biologist Cody J. Smith demonstrated how lymphatics — which remove waste from the rest of the body — are also associated with microglia and brain development in zebrafish.
As a two-year program, the Master of Science in Global Health assembles small, close-knit graduate student cohorts from across the world. The program matches students with a mentoring network, and each student’s experience culminates in a fully-funded capstone field research project.
Peter Garnavich, a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and Timothy Beers, the Grace-Rupley Professor of Physics react to images released by NASA.
The Society for Mathematical Biology (SMB) has selected Santiago Schnell, William K. Warren Foundation Dean of the College of Science, as the recipient of the 2023 Arthur Winfree Prize. The Arthur Winfree Prize is one of two premier prizes in theoretical and mathematical biology, the other is the Akira Okubo...
The University of Notre Dame received the New Municipal Best Management Practice Award for the Joyce Center green roof project.
Now, in a study forthcoming in Communications Biology, bioengineers at the University of Notre Dame have shown that a new strategy can restore the damaged stem cells from gestational diabetes, and enable them to grow new tissues again.
Three new Trustees — Dr. Tanya M. Kne, Paulita A. Pike and Martin W. “Marty” Rodgers — have been elected to the University of Notre Dame’s Board of Trustees. Rev. Thomas P. Looney, C.S.C., has been elected to the Board of Fellows, and as such, will serve as an ex officio Trustee.
FORT PECK, Montana — The wind whispers on this morning in early June, and birds sing a short song every once in a while. Otherwise, silence reigns, with the only sign of human activity on this isolated spot in northeast Montana a distant two-lane road with an occasional car or...
The University of Notre Dame has been recognized with six Council For Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) 2022 Circle of Excellence Awards, which honor outstanding work in the areas of advancement services, alumni relations, communications, fundraising and marketing.
James L. Merz, the Frank M. Freimann Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and a former vice president for graduate studies and research and dean of the Graduate School at the University of Notre Dame, died Wednesday (June 22) at his home in East Dennis, Massachusetts. He was 86.
Gains in carbon stored in upper American Midwest forests continued for more than 8,000 years before the industrial revolution were erased in less than two centuries, according to a new study in Scienceby researchers at the University of Notre Dame and collaborators.
From June 6 to 10, 2022 the Exotic Beam Summer School (EBSS) attracted 40 graduate students and a post doc from around the country as well as internationally to the University of Notre Dame. This 19th edition of the school, one of the most valued in the low-energy nuclear physics...
A new study conducted at the University of Notre Dame unraveled a mystery scientists had previously not been able to pinpoint: There is an order to how disease-causing substrates, or “cargo,” cross a similar bacteria’s unique two-walled membrane.
Scientists at the University of Notre Dame studying the presence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in consumer products and textiles have expanded their search for potential sources of PFAS exposure — developing an effective method of testing for PFAS in drinking water and adding face masks to a growing...
A researcher in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry has been named a Fellow of the Materials Research Society (MRS), and also earned an award from a photochemistry organization.
Juan Carlos Migliore, professor in the Department of Mathematics, is one of 30 scientists elected to the Latin American Academy of Sciences for 2021–22.
Santiago Schnell, D.Phil., the William K. Warren Dean of the College of Science, has been elected a Fellow of The Royal Society of Medicine…
Thirty-two students from the ESTEEM graduate program participated in the annual Bike Ride for a Cure in May, with proceeds going toward finding a cure for Niemann-Pick Type C disease. The ESTEEM program at the University of Notre Dame has partnered with the Ara Parseghian Medical Research Fund (APMRF) since...
The University of Notre Dame will expand its interdisciplinary science and engineering research complex on the east side of campus with the addition of a second building underwritten by a lead gift from alumnus and Emeritus Trustee Ted H. McCourtney and his wife, Tracy.