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Humans and Robots Face Similar Walking Challenges Many people living with spinal cord injuries can regain mobility. However, they often reach a plateau in their recovery. Researchers at Notre Dame and The Ohio State University are exploring rehab strategies using an unlikely collaborator: a robot.
Humans and Robots Face Similar Walking Challenges
Pollution Remediation and Prevention in Groundwater Systems As part of the NSF CAREER program, a Notre Dame researcher are developing an improved framework of how mixing affects the dilution, reaction, and transport of materials and pollutants in the environment.
Pollution Remediation and Prevention in Groundwater Systems
Transforming Biomedical Imaging A new technology called spectral [color] computed tomography is at work on the Notre Dame campus, where researchers are giving the phrase "in living color" a new meaning.
Transforming Biomedical Imaging
Reprocessing Spent Nuclear Fuel A Notre Dame team has created a solvent-free approach that uses water and ultrafiltration to separate species of uranyl peroxide clusters from nuclear waste, an approach that recovers 85% of the uranium in aqueous solutions safely and economically.
Reprocessing Spent Nuclear Fuel

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Notre Dame engineering combines technical inquiry with a creative bent to develop innovators and innovations for the greater good that are consistent with our Catholic mission.

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