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Notre Dame's second annual Gold Mass set for Nov. 15

nwelding • Date: November 7, 2018

The second annual Gold Mass for scientists and engineers will be celebrated at 5:15 p.m. Nov. 15 (Thursday) in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at the University of Notre Dame. Rev. Terrence P. Ehrman, C.S.C., assistant director of the Center for Theology, Science and Human Flourishing, will preside and preach.

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Notre Dame researchers to tackle autism, preeclampsia and more through new funding

nwelding • Date: September 7, 2018

Nine faculty from the University of Notre Dame have received awards for five projects from the Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics’ Discovery Fund. Each year, grants from the Discovery Fund are awarded to researchers who propose novel technologies and diagnostics that can improve human and environmental health.

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Engineers use Tiki torches in study of soot, diesel filters

nwelding • Date: July 26, 2018

Sample cores from particulate filters used in testing.

According to a study recently published in Catalysts, a team of engineers at the University of Notre Dame is using Tiki torches as part of an effort to mimic the soot oxidation process in a diesel engine.

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Will heart cells help solve our most complex problems?

nwelding • Date: August 21, 2018

Beating heart cells used to build bio oscillators

As part of a new study, researchers at the University of Notre Dame aim to create a more optimal computer network for solving complex problems — using heart cells.

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Engineers Abroad: Six Weeks in Italy

nwelding • Date: September 4, 2018

Tourists who visit the Eternal City immerse themselves into the food and the art of Rome, trying to soak up as much of the Italian culture as possible. They visit the ancient ruins, the Vatican, and the many beautiful churches in the city. But when you’re an engineering undergraduate, especially when you’re enrolled in the Rome Summer Engineering Program like Isabella Delgado-Castillo and Teayanna Leytham, you pack a lot more into six weeks than the typical traveler.

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