The promise of one-dose insulin treatment for type 1 diabetes
Thanks to the glucose-responsive hydrogel engineered by Prof. Matthew J. Webber, type 1 diabetes may soon be managed with a single daily injection—and fewer long-term side effects.
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Our research facilities are part of a vibrant and growing Notre Dame research infrastructure. Research and innovation in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering take place in dozens of labs and core facilities, including those with Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering, Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineeering, Nieuwland Hall of Science, and the Multidisciplinary Research Building.
You’ll gain a solid foundation in chemical engineering principles, integrated with modern data science and computational tools and have the flexibility to tailor your education to your interests and academic goals in areas that range from energy to bioengineering.
You’ll have opportunities to conduct high-impact, meaningful research, with mentoring and training focused on developing you as an independent scholar and building your network within the engineering community.
Our research leverages deep fundamental insights to develop solutions to problems facing humanity in health, energy, and sustainability.