Working to reduce the carbon footprint Assistant Professor Casey O'Brien and his team have developed a novel way to see and measure carbon dioxide on the molecular level in real time during separation processes.
Working to reduce the carbon footprint
Innovative energy storage solutions Notre Dame researchers are working to address the critical needs for energy storage in developed and developing markets.
Innovative energy storage solutions
American Diabetes Association honors Webber The American Diabetes Association selected Assistant Professor Matthew Webber to receive a $1.625 million Accelerator Award for the research and development of materials capable of sensing critical drops in blood glucose.
American Diabetes Association honors Webber

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Notre Dame to collaborate with industry in new NSF-funded center
Notre Dame to collaborate with industry in new NSF-funded center
September 24, 2019

With a grant from the National Science Foundation, researchers from the University of Notre Dame, Indiana University and Purdue University have formed a new center that will work to solve ongoing and emerging industry-relevant challenges in measurement science. 

Engineering lymphatic vessels as a therapeutic to heal the heart
Engineering lymphatic vessels as a therapeutic to heal the heart
September 18, 2019

Funded by the American Heart Association, Donny Hanjaya-Putra, assistant professor in the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and in the Bioengineering Graduate Program, as well as in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, is using biomaterials and stem cells to regenerate lymphatic vessels and study their potential for therapeutic applications.

Researchers to create quick, low-cost cancer diagnostic
Researchers to create quick, low-cost cancer diagnostic
August 27, 2019

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame have received $2.9 million to develop a new diagnostic platform that could diagnose cancer in as little as three hours by using only one or two drops of blood.

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