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Notre Dame to dedicate new DNA Learning Center

Author: Marissa Gebhard

In collaboration with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Notre Dame’s College of Science will dedicate the DNA Learning Center at 11:30 a.m. Saturday (Sept. 28) in the Jordan Hall of Science, Room 139. A hands-on science center devoted to modern biology education, the DNA Learning Center will prepare local K-12 students to thrive in the gene age.

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New paper describes genetic connections between biological rhythms, timing of feeding and insulin sensitivity

Author: William G. Gilroy

A new study by a team of Notre Dame researchers, which appears in the Sept. 2 edition of the journal PLoS ONE, is a significant step in understanding the molecular genetic and physiological basis for a spectrum of metabolic diseases related to circadian function.

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Nicole Garnett

Author: Theodore Fox

Professor of Law, Policy Coordinator for the Alliance for Catholic Education

Nicole Garnett

“Notre Dame aims to do something distinctive: to build a great Catholic research university. A Catholic university is, by virtue of its mission, called to be creative, to explore, to search for truth, to transform the world.” Read More

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First year of Institute for Educational Initiatives program reports gains for high school STEM students

Author: William G. Schmitt

A program administered by Notre Dame and designed to boost preparation for science and math careers in Indiana’s public high schools has reported substantial jumps in test results among participating students during its first year of operation.

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Notre Dame high-energy physicists receive NSF award to continue work with CERN

Author: Gene Stowe

Notre Dame high-energy physicists have received a $2.4 million, three-year award from the National Science Foundation to continue their work on the CMS (Compact Muon Solenoid) experiment on campus and at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The group’s work includes physics analysis central to the recent Higgs boson discovery.

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José Limón

Author: Theodore Fox

Julian Samora Professor of Latino Studies and Notre Dame Professor of American Literature, Director of the Institute for Latino Studies

José Limón

“Notre Dame offers the next frontier in Latino studies, the opportunity to help form a truly national, not just regional, cohort of young people—Latinos and non-Latinos—who will be educated based on the most advanced knowledge of the growing Latino populations in the United States.” Read More

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