Scientists from Notre Dame, Resources for the Future and the U.S. Forest Service presented their findings of the effectiveness of different Asian carp prevention barriers in a study published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.
Notre Dame has announced the largest building project in its 172-year history, integrating the academy, student life and athletics with the construction of more than 750,000 square feet in three new buildings attached to the west, east and south sides of the University’s iconic football stadium, at a projected cost of $400 million.
On Jan. 27, Notre Dame awarded honorary degrees to two leaders of ecumenical dialogue and engagement of the laity at the winter meetings of the Board of Trustees in Rome.
Researchers at Notre Dame have identified a possible inorganic material for perovskite solar cells, which provides a lower-cost alternative to the organic polymers currently used in the cells.
The Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development (NDIGD) was recently awarded a contract from Project Concern International to conduct a post-project sustainability study.
Associate Professor Asher Kaufman’s latest book was born out of a coincidence. A research trip in 2001 for his previous book, “Reviving Phoenicia,” led the historian to diplomatic archives in Nantes, France, where he stumbled upon what he described as “an archival bonanza.”
At its winter Board meetings in Rome later this month, Notre Dame will confer honorary degrees on leaders of ecumenical dialogue and engagement of the laity.
A mobile concussion app under development by researchers from Notre Dame’s Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics initiative has been selected for funding in a competition sponsored by the National Football League and General Electric.
A team of researchers led by Justin R. Crepp, the Freimann Assistant Professor of Physics at Notre Dame, has directly imaged a very rare type of brown dwarf that can serve as a benchmark for studying objects with masses that lie between stars and planets.
A new study by a team of researchers led by Matthew Ravosa, professor of biological sciences and concurrent professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering and anthropology at Notre Dame, offers surprising insights into dietary influences on the growing skull.
For Hollywood stars, top acting honors translate to fame and notoriety, but not necessarily fortune, according to Timothy Judge, professor of management at Notre Dame, and his colleague Irene De Pater.
Christopher Patten (Lord Patten of Barnes), chancellor of the University of Oxford and chair of the BBC Trust, will be the principal speaker and receive an honorary degree at Notre Dame’s 169th Commencement Ceremony on May 18.
Researchers from Notre Dame and the Indiana University School of Medicine have revealed a putative role for the circadian clock in the liver in the development of alcohol-induced hepatic steatosis, or fatty liver disease.
Notre Dame biometrics researchers Kevin Bowyer and Estefan Ortiz have released a paper that points to errors in the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) report on how iris aging affects the accuracy of iris recognition.
The following statement was issued by Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., president of Notre Dame, in response to the American Studies Association boycott of Israel’s higher education institutions.
Notre Dame and Loyola University Chicago are joining forces in a multidisciplinary cancer research collaboration. The goal of the alliance is to provide direct support for revolutionary new cancer research, with the ultimate objective of making cancer a more manageable, and potentially curable, disease.
The calendar year 2013 was filled with many notable moments of accomplishment, celebration and reflection at Notre Dame. Some of the significant events include the 50th anniversary of the Hesburgh Library, the reopening of the Morris Inn after extensive renovations, and the men’s soccer team winning the national title for the first time in its history.
Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Libraries have officially launched the Center for Digital Scholarship, marking a transformational leap into the future and helping to meet the growing demand for advanced research expertise and digital library services at the University.
Building on the momentum of its recent Strategic Research Investment initiative—which committed $80 million in internal resources to 14 research projects—Notre Dame has announced the winning proposals in a new strategic hiring initiative that will create approximately 80 faculty positions in 10 key areas of research across campus.