On Tuesday, September 15, 2020, Notre Dame Research will host a virtual Core Facility Fair from 9 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. EST. The event is open to students, postdoctoral scholars, faculty, and staff.
In 2019 ND Energy introduced a new course, Puerto Rico: Road Map to a Renewable Future, which allowed students to travel to Puerto Rico and experience what it's like to navigate the political, cultural, and technological challenges of implementing renewable energy.
In the annual update of the University of Notre Dame’s Global Adaptation Initiative Country Index data sources for some vulnerability indicators have changed, including food dependency and urban concentration.
The University of Notre Dame has received $172.5 million in new research funding awards for fiscal year 2020—the second highest in its history.
Students can now earn a distinctive, interdisciplinary doctoral degree in materials science and engineering through the College of Engineering and the College of Science.
To further engage the University’s expertise for developing efficient, hypersonic ﬂight vehicles, Notre Dame has launched the Hypersonic Systems Initiative.
Scientists and engineers are collaborating to translate existing water filtration technology to create a new fabric that will not only capture viruses, like the coronavirus, but also deactivate them.
CORES, the core ordering and reporting system that core facilities use to facilitate their operations on campus, will be retired by the end of the calendar year. Therefore, Core facilities will transition to a new system called iLab core facility...
Mark Berends, professor of sociology and director of the Center for Research on Educational Opportunity, has been named an associate vice president for research at the University of Notre Dame.
While the University of Notre Dame has continued its commitment to inquiry and endeavor over the entirety of its history, creating the circumstances for achievement has evolved over time. Upon inauguration, Father Jenkins set out to lead a great Catholic...
At Notre Dame researchers are working to provide solutions to society’s complex environmental challenges to minimize the trade-offs between human welfare and environmental health.
In a paper published in Physical Review Letters, Jon P. Camden and collaborators used a combination of electron spectroscopy and theoretical modeling to observe the first direct detection of Fano resonances, or Fano interferences.
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...