Jeffrey DuBose, a fifth-year graduate student advised by Prof. Prashant Kamat in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, presented "Controlling Energy Transfer in Nanocrystal-Chromophore Complexes" at the ND Energy PD&GS Seminar in November 2021.
Patricia L. Clark, Darcia Narvaez and Michael Pfrender have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Belayers must maintain continual focus and not take their hands off their ropes, much the same way doctors have to focus on meeting their patients' needs and helping the patient get well. For that reason, learning how to belay and climb has been integrated into the Compassionate Care in Medicine...
Ten Years Hence, an annual lecture series sponsored by the Mendoza College of Business, will present a fascinating look at the dangers, opportunities and mysteries of outer space.
University of Notre Dame senior Andrew Burke ’22 has been awarded the 2022–23 Churchill Scholarship. Burke, originally from Stewartsville, New Jersey, is a mathematics honors major with a concentration in computing. In addition, he is a…
Zoltán Toroczkai and collaborators won the BMW quantum computing challenge, which called for a method to optimize millions of combinations of test processes that prototype vehicles use before the cars hit the road.
Madan Bhasin’s work focuses on the way the rate of chemical reactions can be increased by using catalysts.
“I have been a proponent of open-access publishing because of the broad and inclusive reach it engenders,” D'Souza-Schorey said. “It is important to develop a journal editorial structure that is as diverse as the research community it represents, both scientifically and demographically.”
Two faculty affiliates of the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center (ND TEC) recently responded to a request for input from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) concerning the “Public and Private Sector Uses of Biometric Technologies.”
The prestigious international fellowship program provides funding for exceptional undergraduate and masters students with an aptitude for the STEM disciplines to complete research or study in Ireland or at Notre Dame.
Through research and service, history and neuroscience major examines the past and prepares for a future focused on helping communities build resilience
The image of Black inmates working in fields where enslaved African Americans once toiled has been seared into Notre Dame senior Aysha Gibson’s mind since she went on a high school field trip to the Louisiana State Penitentiary. Gibson, a history and neuroscience and behavior major, is now writing her...