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Faster and farther than ever thought possible Faster and farther than ever thought possible

What Would You Fight For? Notre Dame is using the largest Mach 6 quiet hypersonic test facility in the United States [located on campus] to help predict and control the hypersonic boundary-layer transition, knowledge critical to the design of high-performance hypersonic vehicles.

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Student interns tackle local projects Student interns tackle local projects

Student interns with the Center for Civic Innovation and Bowman Creek Educational Ecosystem, Finn Cavanaugh and Tommy Crooks (right) from Notre Dame, survey an area of Bowman Creek in South Bend.

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Engineering & Notre Dame Day 2019 Engineering & Notre Dame Day 2019

Give. Vote. Share. You can still help ND engineers make a difference in the world. You'll also want to check out the streaming broadcasts that feature the work of our dedicated engineering faculty, staff, and students.

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STAT Madness 2019: Support ND with your vote! STAT Madness 2019: Support ND with your vote!

Research conducted by a team led by Maria Holland, the Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, is being featured in the third annual STAT Madness competition. Place your vote for Notre Dame between March 15-21! #statmadness Holland's team confirmed that the way the brain develops is not exclusively a result of genetic patterns but that it follows physics-based laws.

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Replicating human heart tissue for testing therapies yields promising results Replicating human heart tissue for testing therapies yields promising results

Notre Dame engineers have been focusing on developing human equivalent tissues for use in pre-clinical studies for understanding and treating medical conditions such as heart disease and breast cancer.

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Notre Dame engineer studies coastal fog to improve weather forecasting Notre Dame engineer studies coastal fog to improve weather forecasting

H. Joseph Fernando, a Notre Dame mechanical engineer specializing in fluid dynamics, is generating base-level scientific measurements to build a complex weather model with a two-year, $4 million research project in Newfoundland, Canada, known as the fog capital of the world.

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