Standing up to one of humanity’s greatest threats: unlocking the phage fighters.
Prof. Prakash Nallathamby and research team are tackling antibiotic resistance by exploring a new nanoparticle system that mimics how phages attack and kill bacteria.
What does humanity need?
That’s the question we set out to answer every day. As engineers at Notre Dame, the solution isn’t one we find. It’s one we build. We’re humans building a more humane world.
Electric vehicles have been on the roads since 1999. Since that time, nearly 5.4 million hybrid and plug-in models …
Jian-Xun Wang, assistant professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering, has received a 2021 National Science …
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Fighting for the Human Heart
Through cellular research, Prof. Pinar Zorlutuna is working to extend the time that donor hearts are useable in transplantation. She has built the closest thing possible to the human heart in the laboratory and helped identify and test a preservation solution that improves the condition of a donor heart and extends its preservation time from four to eight hours.